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ANNUAL REPORT 



1982 



IN MEMORIAM 

PAUL BLACKMUR January 3, 1982 

ELIZABETH L. REDDIE March 7, 1982 

ALICE L. RIPLEY May 31, 1982 

WILLIAM J. FITZGERALD June 8, 1982 

PAULINE B. SESTITO July 23, 1982 

NORMAN F. MEGATHLIN August 21, 1982 

ELMER P. HOLLINGSHEAD September 17, 1982 

JULIUS L. GOULD October 13, 1982 

CATHERINE NOONAN October 21, 1982 



TOWN OF COHASSET 
NORFOLK COUNTY 

Incorporated 1770 
Population June, 1982 - 7,604 

Tenth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: Allan B. McKinnon, Weymouth 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



1982 



TOWN OFFICERS 
1982-1983 



TOWN CLERK 



Charles A. Marks 
Frances L. Marks 

William D. Weeks 



Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. 
Mary Jane E. McArthur 
Rocco F. Laugelle 



Brian Wilkins 
Warren S.Pratt 
Michael C.Patrolia 



Tenure 



ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK 

Apptd. October 25, 1972 



MODERATOR 



SELECTMEN 



ASSESSORS 



Term expires April 1984 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



TREASURER - COLLECTOR 

Gordon E. Flint Term expires April 1984 

HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 

Harold W. Litchfield Term expires April 1984 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



John Langmaid 
Diana Davis Kornet 
Richard M. Conley 
Martha K. Gjesteby 
Joseph R. Nedrow 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 



TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 



George E. Haley 
Barbara M. Power 
Lucia R. Woods 
Sheila S. Evans 
Cordelia T.Foell 
Doris R. McNulty 
Elizabeth F. Eaton 
Nancy M. Gilmore 
David Chittim 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1 984 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Barbara A. Kern 
Dr. Charles M. Bliss 
Marilyn P. Sweeney 



Barbara M. Power 
Patrick A. Plante 
John F. O'Toole 
Daniel C.Cotton 
L. Christine Bassett 



Robert W. Jackson 
William Montuori 
Lot E. Bates 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



PLANNING BOARD 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 



Gerard J. Stanton (Resigned Nov. 29, 1982) 
Janet M. Daggett (Resigned Nov. 29, 1982) 
Joseph M. Gwinn 

Charles DeSantis (appointed 1/5/83) 
Maxwell Pounder (appointed 1/5/83) 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1983 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



Richard P. Barrow 
Alna L. Ekberg 
James L. Gallagher 
Gerard A. Buckley 
Mary K. Muncey 
Eugene K. Price 
Nancy Sladen 



Term expires April 1983 
Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 



SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Richard J. Silvia Term expires April 1984 

COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 



Lloyd W. Prescott 

Marguerite M. Libby 

John D. Muncey 

Ralph Perroncello 

Leo Happenny (Appointed by Governor) 



Term expires April 1984 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires July 28, 1987 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 

Term Expires 



Executive Secretary to Selectmen 

Mark J. Lanza 

Town Accountant Under Civil Service 

William S. Signorelli 

Registrars of Voters 

Louise E. Conroy 1983 

Burtram J. Pratt 1984 

Clarence M. Grassie (deceased) 1985 

Advisory Committee - Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of 
Advisory Committee 
& Moderator 

Jean B. Cotton, Chairman 1983 

Stephen C.Bartow 1983 

Jacqueline M. Dormitzer 1983 

Frederick R. Koed 1984 

Nelson C.Pratt 1984 

Gait Grant 1984 

Thomas E. Burke 1985 

James W. Lagrotteria 1985 

Paul R. Neelon 1985 

Chief of Police 

John A. DeBassio (resign. 9/82) 

Joseph M. Kealey, Acting Chief of Pohce (effect. 9/82) 

Police Lieutenant Under Civil Service 

Charles E. Stockb ridge 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Brian Cogill 
David C.Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Robert W. Jackson 
Chfton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomerico 



John J. Rhodes III 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Permanent Intermittent Police Officers Under Civil Service, Assigned to the 
Police Department 

Robert S. Williams, Jr. 
Daniel F. Ainslie 
Edward R. Connor 

Auxiliary Police Officers (Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness) 

Albert L. Andrews, Captain 
Maureen P. Healy, Sergeant 
Ellena A. Andrews 
WilHamH.Mc Arthur 

Special Police Officers 

Harry H. Ritter Harbor Master 

CHfford J. Dickson Cohasset Yacht Club & Assist. Harbor Master 

Wilham G. Stone Assistant Harbor Master 

Assistant Harbor Master (Little Harbor) 

John H. Winters, III Shellfish Constable 

Harold Litchfield Highway Surveyor 

Roger W. Lincoln Acting Fire Chief 

Stephen Wigmore Superintendent of Wires 

Benjamin F. Curley Superintendent of Water Department 

Peter G. Laugelle Superintendent of Tree & Park Dept. 

Frederick W. Johansen Director of Civil Defense 

Ubaldo P. DiBenedetto Deputy Director of Civil Defense 

Robert A Leonard, Sr Plumbing & Gas Inspector 

Lot E. Bates, Jr Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Kenneth S. Sargent Custodian of Town Hall 

Bernard Salvador Fish Warden 

Manuel Salvador Sewer Plant 

John M. Worley Recreation Director 

Robert K. Dennis Building Inspector 

Edward McGillachudy Sandy Beach 



Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Charles E. Stockb ridge 

Dog Officer (under Article 24, May 1976 Town Meeting) 
Richard Yocum 



Fire Department Under Civil Service 

Charles Piepenbrink (retired 3/31/82) 

Roger W.Lincoln (Acting Chief 3/3/82 to 12/31/82) 

James Lee Gurry 

Mark H. Trask 

Edward Barrow F 

Paul T. Bilodeau F 

John Boswell, III F 

Richard M. Conley F 

Edward M. Corbo F 

Onwood L. Davis F 

Thomas P. Finegan F 

James E. Fiori F 

William T.Litchfield F: 

Matthew B. Marr F 

Paul F. McGaffigan F 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr F 

William J. Protuhs F 

Randall W. Rosano F 

James P. Runey F 

Robert D. Silvia F 

Edward J. Struzik F 

John M. Sullivan F 

Eric Wenzlow F 



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Forest Warden 

Roger W. Lincoln, Acting Fire Chief 



Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 



1985 



Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Frederick W. Johansen 

Deputy Director of Civil Defense 

Ubaldo P. DiBenedetto 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 

Assistant Town Counsel 

John J. Slater III 
Diedre C. Kulevich 
Deborah L. Thaxter 
Stephen W. Rider 



Recreation Director 

Jack M. Worley (appointed by the Recreation Commission under article 54, 
May 1976 TM) 



Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 

Superintendent of Water Department 

Benjamin F. Curley 

Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Keeper of Town Qock 
Noel A. Ripley 

Measurers of Wood and Bark 

Lot E. Bates, Jr. 

Director of Veterans' Affairs 

T. Gerard Keating 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

T. Gerard Keating 

Health Agent 

Elaine Eliopoulis 

Constable 

Barbara C.Elliott 1985 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Robert K. Dennis, Building Inspector 
Roger W. Lincoln, ^ch'n^ Fire Chief 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) 

& 
Beechwood Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) 
Albert Meallo, Perkins Cemetery 

Fence Viewers 

Anthony Emanuello 
John Winters 
Kearin A. Dunn 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Chfford J. Dickson 
William G. Stone 

(for little Harbor) 

Shellfish Constable 

John H. Winter, HI 



Fish Warden 

Bernard J. Salvador, Jr. 

Town Archivist 

David H. Wadsworth 

Gas and Plumbing Inspectors 

Lawrence J. Mitchell 
Robert A. Leonard 

Custodian of Town Hall 

Kenneth S. Sargent 

Honorary Tovm Engineer 

Gilberts. Tower 

Board of Appeals 

John F. Rousseau 1983 

Myrna Putziger 1984 

Robert S. Booth, Jr., Chairman 1985 

Associate Members 

John F.Roy 1984 

William L. Kendrick, Jr. 1985 

Organization of Board of Selectmen 

Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman 

Rocco F. Laugelle 

Mary Jane E. Mc Arthur 

Mark J. Lanza, Executive Secretary 

Marguerite B. Ramsay, Admin. Sec. 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of Board of Selectmen 

Tree and Park Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 1985 

Organization of Board of Assessors 

Warren S. Pratt 

Michael C. PatroUa 

Brian R. Wilken, Chairman 

Dorothy V. Graham, Clerk 

Constance S. Jones, Assistant Clerk 



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School Facilities Committee, mider Article 42, March Meeting 1960, 
Appointed by the Moderator & article 33 of 1975 Meeting 

Ralph Dormitzer 1983 

Robert H. Sturdy, Chairman 1984 

Linda Henderson 1985 

Appointed by the Selectmen 

Richard J. Silvia 1983 

Robert L. Julian 1984 

Marie McCarthy 1985 

Appointed by the School Committee 

James D. McKinnell 1983 

Frank W. England 1984 

George Buckley 1985 

Personnel Board, appointed by the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, the 
Town Moderator and Chairman of the Advisory Committee 

Edward Lubitz, Jr. 1983 

Robert J. Tis 1984 

Rita M. Strong 1984 

Clifford Mitman, Chairman 1985 

John H. MuUett 1985 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 

Richard P. Barrow 
Charles G. Fink, Chairman 
Harry H. Ritter 
Bernard J. Salvador 
Roger Porter 
Michael Wilson 
Warren R. Thomson 

At the Request of the Mass. Transportation Commission to Represent the Town 
of Cohasset in the Greater Boston Region - appointed by the Board 
of Selectmen 

Mary Jane E. McArthur, Board of Selectmen 
Barbara M. Power, Planning Board 
Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Conservation Commission (under Article 34, March Meeting, 1961) 

Patricia C. Buckley 1983 

Austin O'Toole 1983 

John F. Hubbard 1984 

Janet A. Ditmar 1984 

Robert N. Maki (resigned 1982) 1985 

Peter J. O'Loughlin, Jr. 1985 

Merle S. Brown 1985 



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Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 

Robert K. Dennis 

Council for the Aging 

Elizabeth P. Enders 1983 

Mary Donovan 1983 

John H. Mullett 1983 

Helen K. Barbary 1984 

Rev. John J. Keohane, Chairman 1984 

Dorothy C.Morse 1984 

Alice M. Daunt 1985 

Malcolm Onwood 1985 

George E. Fellows 1985 

Committee to Study the Government Island Property 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 1983 

Richard P. Barrow 1983 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1984 

Robert James 1984 

Noel Ripley 1984 

Harry H. Ritter 1985 

Vivian M. McCormack 1985 

Capital Budget Committee, Appointed by the Moderator, Chairman of the 
Board of Selectmen, and Chairman of the Advisory Board under Reso- 
lution March 1971 Annual Town Meeting. 

Richard C. Tibbetts 1983 

Edwin H. Tebbetts 1984 

John A. Vivian 1984 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1985 

Emest M Stevens, Chairman 1985 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1983 

Herbert B. Marsh 1983 

Grace R. Tuckerman 1984 

Mary Fleming * 1984 

Betty P. Enders 1985 

Roger Leonard 1985 

David H. Wadsworth 1985 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1983 

Frederic H. Wood, Jr. 1984 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1985 

By-Law Study Committee 

Cornelia L. O'Malley, Chairman 
Mary E. Gainor 
Richard A. Henderson 

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Roger W. Nast 

William D. Weeks, Ex-officio 

Board of Selectmen, Ex-officio 

Drainage Advisory Committee, Under Article 42, May 1975 Town Meeting 
appointed by Moderator, Chairman of Board of Selectmen and Chairman 
Advisory Committee 

Walter G. Ross 1983 

Milton F. Higgins 1984 

Cornelia L. O'Malley 1985 

Design Review Board, Appointed by Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman of 
Advisory Committee & Moderator, Under Article 37, May 1976 Annual 
Town Meeting 

Richard C. Tousley 1983 

Elizabeths. Hoopes, Chairman 1984 

Margaret M. Benson 1985 

Peter O'Connor 1985 

Roger C. Porter, Assoc. Member 
Roger S. Whitley, Assoc. Member 
Nancy S. Garrison, Assoc. Member 
Robert K. Dennis, Ex-officio 

Committee to Study Town Government Structure, Appointed by Chairman of 

Selectmen, Moderator and Chairman of Advisory Committee under 
Article 36, May 1976 Town Meeting 

Thomas E. Atkinson 1983 

Mary E. Gainor 1983 

Francis J. Mitchell 1984 

Shirley F. Neer 1985 

DonnaJ. McGee 1985 

F.BurkKetcham 1985 

Richard J. Silvia 1985 

Cohasset Conmion Historic District Conmiission, Appointed by the Board of 
Selectmen under Article 34, April 1978 Town Meeting 

W. Chester Browne 1983 

Thomas E. Atkinson 1983 

Elizabeth E. Stevenson 1983 

Peter J. Wood, Chairman 1984 

Charles C . Wheelwright 1 984 

Barbara W. Weisenfluh 1 985 

Catherine Young 1985 

Rowland Williams 1985 

Cemetery Space Study Committee 

Robert V. Davenport 
John J. Rhodes, III 
John E. Souther 



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Disposal Area Study Committee 

Eleanor T. Cooney 
Donald L. DeMichele 
Arthur M. Pompeo 
Priscilla S. Tebbetts 
Ernest M. Stevens, Chairman 

Representative to the Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Martha K. Gjesteby 



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ELECTION OFFICERS 
For the year 1982 



In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please con- 
sider the following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing 
year. These names have been taken from the lists submitted by the Republican 
and Democratic Town Committees. 

REPUBLICANS 

Warden Dominic M. Baccari 

Clerk Mary N. Grassie 



Inspectors 

Carol Began 
Eileen Buckley 
Patricia J. Buckley 
Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 
Mary D. Migliaccio 
Maria R. Pape 
Robert Pape 
Elizabeth J. Dusossoit 
Lawrence J. Larson 



Margaret Stoughton 
Grace R. Tuckerma'n 
David W. Knowles 
Katherine Lincoln 
Betty Pearce 
Nancy E. Sladen 
Margaret C. Chapin 
Carol H. Deal 



Eunice Clark 
Janet MacLure 
Winifred Kuhn 
Maijorie Anderson 
Margaret J. Laugelle 
Kathleen Gibbons 
Kathleen V. England 
Theodora Lelecas 



DEMOCRATS 

Clerk Anthony J. Rosano 

Inspectors 

Mary Fiori Patricia A. Walsh 

Dorothea C. Bjorkgren Margaret Hernan 

Charlotte Leland Janice Rosano 

Jean Salvador A. Patricia Barrow 

Ruth White Elizabeth Pompeo 

Maria Plante John McNabb, Jr. 



Alice Daunt 
Marguerite Libby 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Alice Mersch 
Barbara Williams 
Ann Leonard 



INDEPENDENTS 

Carol Townsend 
Ellen M. Patrolia 



Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

To the Citizens of Cohasset: 

The year 1982 just completed was perhaps the most active in recent memory 
for the Board with numerous special meetings in addition to its regular weekly 
meetings throughout the year. Three special town meetings further presented the 
Board with several critical issues. 

The first of those issues followed on the heels of the annual meeting when a 
resolution was passed concerning the means for controlling gypsy moths. That 
resolution was somewhat contrary to a vote of the previous December's special 
town meeting as to whether to aerial spray with the chemical '*Sevin" or with the 
more expensive and less effective biological agent, "Dipel". There was a significant 
segment of the community that did not want aerial spraying at all. 

After weeks of discussion and study, with emotions running high on both sides 
of the issue , the Board compromised and ordered the spraying of most areas of the 
town with "Dipel". Fortunately, natural forces also came into play and helped 
alleviate the threatened infestations, hopefully not to return. 

In other matters, Executive Secretary Arthur Clark, upon the expiration of 
his employment contract in June, agreed to continue serving the Board through the 
calendar year, at which time he intended to retire from active participation in town 
government. His acquired knowledge from over four decades of devoted service to 
his community will be greatly missed by the Board, and indeed the town in general. 
The Board wishes him well in his retirement. 

Another dedicated official. Fire Chief Charles Piepenbrink, retired after thirty- 
four years of service, twenty -eight of them as Chief. He too, will be missed in his 
capacity as Chief and is also wished a happy retirement. 

The Board is grateful to Fire Captain Roger Lincoln for acting as Chief during 
the selection of a permanent Chief. This process was delayed when a special town 
meeting called by citizen petition voted to expand the list of finalists to include 
in -town applicants, not among the three chosen by the selection committee. 

As the year ended. Lieutenant Martin Dooley of the Hartford, Connecticut 
Fire Department was selected as Chief to commence his duties with the beginning 
of the new year. 

The aforementioned special town meeting significantly changed the makeup of 
future Boards of Selectmen by increasing its membership from three to five per- 
sons beginning with the next annual election. On a nostalgic note, a little history 
has been lost after more than two-hundred years under a three-member board. 
Hopefully, the change will accomplish its intended purpose. 

As the second year of his tenure came to a close, PoHce Chief, John DeBassio, 
requested to be relieved from the terms of his employment contract one-year early, 
in order to accept employment in the private sector. The request was granted 
consistent with the policy of the Board to encourage career advancement of its 
employees. 

Officer Joseph Kealey was immediately appointed acting Police Chief while 
the Board prepared to select a new Chief. As the year closed, over fifty applicants 
had been screened in preparation for a final selection early in the new year. 

On a sadder note, the Board was grieved by the passing of Elizabeth Reddie of 
the Selectmen's staff. She will long be remembered for her dedication to duty and 
sincere desire to serve the pubUc in a most professional yet personal manner. 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer, James Litchfield also tendered his 
resignation to accept employment in the private sector. Following an area-wide 

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search, Robert Dennis was selected and is doing a commendable job. 

A Cable Television Study Committee was appointed by the Board, as required 
by the General Laws, to recommend criteria for selecting and to assist in the 
implementation of a cable T-V system for the town. The committee has worked 
diligently over a period of several months to prepare specifications and solicit pro- 
posals from several qualified firms. It is anticipated that the Board will select a 
firm by late spring and that installation will commence shortly thereafter. 

The Board interceded to assist the Board of Assessors when its consultant 
failed to complete its re-valuation of the town. Joint meetings were held between 
the Boards and with the Department of Revenue in order to get more time to re- 
solve the problem. The Assessors were subsequently able to engage a new consul- 
tant and gain approval to send out Tax Bills on the basis of current valuations. 
Because of the delays, the Board decided not to expend monies to issue new 
valuation books until the revaluation is complete. 

A special town meeting in November voted to require that alternatives to the 
town's approved sewerage disposal plan be investigated with an emphasis on a more 
economical approach. The Board immediately appointed an Advisory Committee 
to explore possible alternatives to the present plan and report back to the town. 

A Special Town Counsel was appointed to assist the Town in its communica- 
tions with state and federal agencies. 

As an aftermath of that meeting's vote, Sewer Commissioners Gerard Stanton 
and Janet Daggett resigned and must be replaced, by joint appointment with the 
remaining commissioner, when the vacancies are confirmed. 

Civil Defense Director, Lester Hiltz, chose to resign and a search is underway 
for a replacement to take over right after year-end. 

A street-light cost reduction plan was implemented by the Board. The entire 
town was surveyed and total lighting needs were reduced to compensate for in- 
creased energy costs. The entire town will be converted to sodium vapor lamps 
over the next few years, providing more lumens of light for the same energy cost as 
old fixtures. 

All projects under the selectmen's jurisdiction that were authorized in this 
year's town meetings have been substantially completed. 

The Board takes this opportunity to thank all town officers, boards, commit- 
tees, employees and citizens for their suggestions, understanding, cooperation and 
assistance throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Henry W. AinsHe, Jr. .Chairman 

Rocco F. Laugelle 

Mary Jane E. McArthur 



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JURY DUTY- 1982 



1. Allen, David W. 

2. Anderson, Nancy M. 

3. Barmnas, George A., Jr. 

4. Bates, Stanley, W. 

5. Benbow, Mary, D. 

6. Bliss, Barbara W. 

7. Brennock, Henry E., Jr. 

8 Broadhurst , Austin , Jr . 

9 Brockman, Daniel B. 

10. Brown, Carleda A. 

1 1 . Brownell, Eunice L. 

12. Carhart, Donna F. 

13. Carroll, Lorraine M. 

14. Charlton, Maureen M. 

15. Dedecz, Stanley J. 

1 6 . Doggett , Thomas A . 

17. Dooley, Joseph R. 

18. Fox, John J. 

19. French, John F. 

20. Gallop, Helen J. 
21 Getto,Carla 

22. Grew, William R., Jr. 

23. Healey, Thomas M., Jr. 

24. Hernan, Thomas W., Jr. 

25. Jason, Harry S. 

26. Jenkins, Leland H. 

27. Kasameyer, Robert E. 

28. Kehoe, Joseph F. 

29. Kirkendall, Georges. 

30. Lavange, David C. 

31. Lepitch, Edward 

32. Levitt, Mary L. 

33. Litchfield, Patricia A. 

34. Littlejohn, George M. 

35. Luscombe, WiUiam P., Jr. 

36. MacNeill,JohnM. 

37. Magee, Janet C. 

38. Marsden, Marie E. 

39. Maynard, Barbara L. 

40. McKeough, Bernard A. 

41. Mulhern, Helen R. 

42. Nickerson, Arnold J. 

43. Noonan, Jaquelyn 

44. Nussdorfer, Daniel 

45. Parmenter, Dorothea 

46. Parziale, Michael F. 

47. Piepenbrink, Harriet L. 

48. Piepenbrink, Shirley B. 

49. Pile, Wilson Hunt 



35 Pond Street 
101 Pleasant Street 
54 Jerusalem Road 
3 1 8 Forest Avenue 

22 Red Gate Lane 
76 Summer Street 
136 Doane Street 

231 South Main Street 
49 Red Gate Lane 
67 Ripley Road 
164 Beechwood Street 
20 West Gate Lane 
216 South Main Street 

23 Forest Notch 
618 Jerusalem Road 
12 Hugh Strain Road 
124 Doane Street 
387 Beechwood Street 
56 Black Rock I Road 
250 King Street 

36 Jerusalem Road 

34 Flintlock Ridge Road 
49 Gushing Road 
558 Beechwood St. 

16 Ash Street 

301 Forest Avenue 

17 Pond Street 
28 Bayberry Lane 
30 Cedar Acres Lane 
139 Border Street 

7 Haystack Lane 
60 Elm Street 
171 Beechwood Street 
103 Black Rock Road 

59 Beach Street 
752 Jerusalem Road 
508 Beechwood Street 
62 Rust Way 

326 King Street 

16 Virginia Lane 

106 Beechwood Street 

211 South Main Street 

26 Ash Street 

756 Jerusalem Road 

60 Reservoir Road 
1 1 Bayberry Lane 
235 Beechwood Street 
150 North Main Street 
65 Elm Street 



Engineer 

Secretary 

Engineer 

Bldg. Cont. 

Therapist 

Housewife 

Phone Co. 

Business 

Executive 

Broker 

Housewife 

Fash. Dir. 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Real Est. 

Engineer 

Real Est. 

Gas Pumper 

Truck Driv. 

At Home 

Housewife 

Foreman 

Retired 

Foreman 

Engineer 

Businessman 

Laborer 

Marketing Mgr. 

Maint. Sup v. 

Vice-Pres. 

Retired 

Housewife 

Salesman 

Salesman 

LB.M. 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Housewife 

Salesman 

Teacher's Aide 

Executive 

Housewife 

Vice-Pres. 

Housewife 

Tech. Writer 

At Home 

Housewife 

Consultant 



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50. 


Rattenbury, Henry A. 


Briarwood Lane 


Mailman 


51. 


Sanchez, Ellen M. 


227 Beechwood Street 


Accountant 


52. 


Sargent, Carolyn R. 


1 Doane Street 


Housewife 


53. 


Sargent, Francis H. 


1 Doane Street 


Auto Parts Mgt, 


54. 


Schmidt, Sondra H. 


726 Jerusalem Road 


Bus. Mgr. 


55. 


Sceery, Pheobe E. 


95 Atlantic Avenue 


Housewife 


56. 


Sharkey, William 0. 


6 Margin Street 


Supervisor 


57. 


Sheppard, Thomas W. 


579 Jerusalem Road 


Ins. Broker 


58. 


Songer, Howard S. 


305 Fairoaks Lane 


Vice-Pres. 


59. 


Soule, Elizabeth Ann 


41 Spring Street 


Lab Tech. 


60. 


Stinson, Richard H. 


5 1 Deep Run 


General Mgr. 


61. 


Teixeira, Anthony 


87 Elm Street 


Acct. 


62. 


Thomson, Virginia H. 


150 Beach Street 


At Home 


63. 


Townsend,Carol A. 


11 Hillside Drive 


Housewife 


64. 


Tuckerman, Grace R. 


393 South Main Street 


Housewife 


65. 


Upton, George B. 


365 Jerusalem Road 


Mftg. 


66. 


Waal, Jeffrey C. 


36 Old Pasture Road 


Engineer 


67. 


Wadsworth, David H. 


24 Joy Place 


Dept. Mgr. 


68. 


Washburn, Eleanor M. 


520 North Main Street 


Homemaker 


69. 


Westover, Lillian 


472a Beechwood Street 


Qual. Control 


70. 


Williams, John L., Jr. 


84 Doane Street 


Salesman 


71. 


Winn, John J. 


404 South Main Street 


Constn. Eng. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT OF THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

APRIL 3, 1982 

At the Annual Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted 
upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn 
in By Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 12:45 P.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, 
Barbara Williams, Mary M. Brennock, Constance Jones and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by Moderator Wilham D. 
Weeks at 1:00 P.M. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. .Robert S. Pape, Nancy F. Sladen 
and Fred Howe. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting Hsts was 
442. At 1:25 PM. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Rev. Edward Atkinson gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Schout Troop presented the colors and lead 
the pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

At 1 :30 P.M. the Annual Town Meeting Voted unanimously by a voice vote 
that this meeting be recessed until the conclusion of the Special Town Meet- 
ing that is to be held immediately after said recess begins. 

At 2:20 P.M. the Annual Town Meeting was called to order. 

Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
MOVED: That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by General 
Laws appoint all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
Article 1 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the Various Town Officers as printed 
in the Annual Town Report for 1981. 

MOVED: That the report of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual 
Town Report for 1981 be accepted. 
Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the report of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 

Town Office Space Study Committee 

Moved that this committee be discharged with a vote of thanks. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Moved that the report of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard, and that 
the reports of Town Committees be heard, accepted and that the Committees 
continue in office. 
Article 3 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr.. Chairman, 
and others). To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries and compensation 
of Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appro- 
priate, from available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of said salaries and 

20 



compensation, expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the 
several Town Departments, for the ensuing fiscal year, or to act on anything 
relating thereto. See Appendix A. 



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MOVED: That this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, 
that the sum of $7,356,458.00 is appropriated, the sum of $54,356.00 for 
salaries of elected Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $6,199.00; Clerk, 
Board of Registrars, $329.00; Highway Surveyor $19,490.00; Moderator, 
$125.00; Treasurer-Collector, $21,413.00; Selectmen, $3,100.00; Assessors, 
$3,700.00; for the ensuing fiscal year and that $7,302,102.00 for Personal 
Services, Expenses, Capital Outlays, Interest, Maturing Debt and other charges 
for various departments for the ensuing fiscal year said being recommended for 
all purposes, itemized per accounts numbered 1-00 thru 49-00 inclusive, copy 
attached hereto, and to meet said appropriation the following transfers are au- 
thorized from; Income from Trust Funds-Parks; Wheelwright Park, $1,000.00; 
Wadleigh Park, $200.00; Robert Charles Billings, $100.00; Billings-Pratt, 
$100.00; Dog Licenses from County, $940.57; Income from Trust Fund-Library, 
$2,800.00: State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income from Trust Funds- 
Cemeteries; Woodside, $5,000.00; Beechwood, $600.00; Federal Revenue Shar- 
ing Funds received or to be received, $89,000.00; the balance as follows: from 
Water Revenue, $557,416.00; from Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; and taxa- 
tion the sum of $6,645,714.43. 



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Article 4 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of the Person- 
nel Committee, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chairman, and others). To hear and act 
upon the report and recommendations of the Personnel Committee, and to see 
if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule by 
adopting or amending and heretofore adopted and to raise and appropriate 
a sum of money necessary to pay said increases in compensation according to 
any amendments to said Personnel Classification By-law Schedule, for the en- 
suing fiscal year or act on anything relating thereto. 







SALARY SCHEDULE 




SCHEDULE NO. 1 


HOURLY 


July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1983 


Pay Group 


Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


SI 


4.53 


4.67 


4.84 


4.95 


S2 


4.67 


4.84> 


4.95 


5.28 


S3 


4.84 


4.95 


5.28 


5.60 


S4 


4.95 


5.28 


5.60 


5.89 


S5 


5.28 


5.60 


5.89 


6.16 


S6 


5.60 


5.89 


6.16 


6.49 


S7 


5.89 


6.16 6.49 
ANNUAL 


6.83 


S8 


13,913 


14,432 


14,906 


15,405 


S9 


14,828 


15,261 


15,692 


16,126 


SIO 


15,677 


16,153 


16,631 


17,103 


Sll 


16,339 


16,842 


17,348 


17,854 


S12 


17,363 


17,908 


18,456 


19,005 


S13 


17,854 


18,427 


19,003 


19,623 


S14 


18,920 


19,697 


20,479 


21,249 


S15 


19,593 


20,364 


21,146 


21,923 


S16 


22,649 


23,531 


24,445 


25,398 


S17 


23,857 


24,787 


25,752 


26,754 


S18 


24,999 


26,100 


27,116 


28,174 



Executive Secretary to Board of Selectmen 
Contract 
Annual Salary thru July 19, 1982 16,500 

Annual Salary effective July 20, 1982 17,325 



SCHEDULE NO. 2 



ANNUAL 



PS-9 

PS-11 

PS-12 



Police Department 
(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

15,485 15,849 16,213 



July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1982 



16,756 
18,600 
20,645 



Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6^%. 



43 



1st year 
2nd year 
3rd year 

SCHEDULE NO. 3 



Police Chief per Contract Sept. 2, 1980 



ANNUAL 



Fire department 
(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



FS-9 

FS-10 

FS-11 

FS-12 



14,921 

17,300 
19,177 



15,292 



15,679 



SCHEDULE NO. 4 



Wl 

W2 

W3 

W4 

W5 

W6 

W7 

W8 

W9 

WIO 

Wll 

W12 



5.23 
5.55 
5.79 
6.07 
6.36 
6.52 
6.67 
6.72 
6.92 
7.23 
7.53 
7.90 



17,731 


18,157 


19,442 


19,935 


Fire Chief pe 


r contract 


HOURLY 


5.38 


5.59 


5.71 


5.89 


5.97 


6.18 


6.21 


6.39 


6.51 


6.72 


6.74 


6.89 


6.84 


6.93 


6.88 


7.02 


7.13 


7.24 


7.36 


7.54 


7.74 


7.95 


8.14 


8.34 



27,000 
28,500 
29,500 

July 1,1981 to 
June 30, 1982 



16,030 

17,144 
18,589 
20,425 



July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1983 

5.73 
6.07 
6.36 
6.59 
6.88 
7.12 
7.21 
7.26 
7.48 
7.71 
8.17 
8.56 



SCHEDULE NO. 5 



PART TIME POSITIONS 



Caretaker of Perkins Cemetery and Beechwood Cemetery 

Inspector of Slaughtering and Animals 

Veterans' Agent 

Assistant Harbor Master - Per Hour 

Night Patrol - Harbor - Per Hour 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Constable — Per Notice 

Intermittent Patrolman — Per Hour 

Election Officers — Per Hour 

Election Clerk - Per Hour 

Election Warden — Per Hour 

Casual Labor — Per Hour 

Grave Digger — Per Grave 

Director of Civil Defense 

Intermittent Firefighter — Per Hour 



RATE 
July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1983 

$ 3,96 

250.00 

1,600.00 

4 25 

4 25 

326.00 

500.00 

15.00 

5.33 

3.22 

3.48 

3.79 

4.25 

45.00 

200.00 

5.33 



44 



shellfish Constable 

Pages (Library) Per Hour 

Custodian (Library) Per Hour 

Planning Board — Administrative Secretary 

Zoning Board of Appeals — Secretary 

Conservation Commission — Clerical 

Dog Officer 



100.00 
3.00 
5.79 
4.12 
5.28 
4.12 
2,000.00 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



Board of Selectmen 



Executive Secretary 


Contract 








Administrative Secretary 


S7 






35 


Clerk 


S3 






35 


Town Accountant 


S18 








Assistant Accountant and Clerk 


S6 






35 


Clerk-Bookkeeper 


S5 






35 


Treasurer-Collector 










Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 


S6 






35 


Clerk 


S5 






35 


Clerk 


S4 






10 


Board of Assessors 










Clerk 


S6 






35 


Clerk Typist 


S3 






20 


Town Clerk 










Clerk and Assistant Town Clerk 


S6 






35 


Town Hall Custodian 


W3 






40 


Police Department 










Police Chief 


Contract 








Lieutenant 


PS12 




2 


37^2 


Sergeant 


PSll 




2 


37^2 


Patrolman 


PS9 


14 


2 


37y2 


Clerk/Dispatcher 


S4 




1 


40 


Fire Department 










Fire Chief 


Contract 








Deputy Chief 


FS12 




3 


42 


Captain 


FSll 


2 


3 


42 


Firefighter-Master Mechanic 


FS-10 


1 


3 


42 


Private 


FS-9 


20 


3 


42 


Wire Department 










Superintendent 


S14 


1 


1 





45 



Engineer 


W12 


Lineman 


W5 


Lineman Apprentice 


W4 


Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 


S12 


Tree and Park Department 




Superintendent — Working 


S12 


Skilled Laborer 


W7 


Tree Climber 


W5 


Laborer 


W4 


Laborer-Cemetery 


W2 


Board of Health 




Health Agent 


S13 


Clerk 


S3 


Sewer Department 




Chief Operator 


S15 


Operator II 


W8 


Operator I 


W5 


Operator-Trainee 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 


Clerk 


S3 


Highway Department 




Working Foreman 


WIO 


Supervisor of Disposal Area 


W9 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


W8 


Skilled Laborer 


W5 


Laborer — Disposal Area 


W3 


Laborer — Truck Driver 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 



Harbor Department 
Harbor Master 

Library 

Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks (3) 
Custodian 
Pages 

Recreation Department 
Recreation Director 



Sll 



S16 

S8 

58 

S7 

32 



S13 



40 



40 



1 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


1 




1 


IT 


1 




4 




4 


40 


4 




4 




1 


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4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 




4 


40 


4 


40 





35 




20,23 




22 




20 




17 


5 





46 



S17 


1 


1 




S14 


1 


1 




S14 




1 




S6 


1 


1 


35 


W9 


1 


4 


40 


W9 


1 


4 


40 


W8 


2 


4 


40 


W5 


2 


4 


40 


Wl 


1 


4 


40 



Water Department 
Superintendent 
Plant Supervisor 
Systems Supervisor 
Clerk 

Equipment Operator 
Operator-Lab Director 
Plant Operators 
Utility Man 
Meter Reader 

SCHEDULE I 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



$ 1,298.00 
2,911.00 
1,475.00 
1,042.00 

712.00 

752.00 
2,292.00 
1,076.00 
3,457.00 
1,385.00 
1,773.00 

319.00 
2,631.00 
5,088.00 
1,325.00 
5,955.00 
1,111.00 
9,399.00 

710.00 

$44,711.00 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee 
with respect to amending the Personnel classification By-Law Schedule be and 
hereby is amended by adopting, inserting and substituting the following sche- 
dule for the schedule heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $9,399.00 be ap- 
propriated from Water Department revenue and the balance of $35,312.00 is 
raised and appropriated by taxation to pay increases set forth in the amended 
schedule for the ensuing fiscal period and these amounts are to be credited to 
the personal services appropriation accounts effected in accordance with the 
schedule on pages 20 to 24 . 



FoUo 


Various Departments - Personal Services 


2-00 


Selectmen's Office 


3-00 


Accountant's Office 


4-00 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 


6-00 


Assessor's Office 


9-00 


Town Clerk's Office 


11-00 


Town Hall 


15-00 


Wire Dept. 


17-00 


Building Inspector 


18-00 


Tree and Park Dept. 


20-00 


Board of Health 


23-00 


Disposal Area 


23-03 


Board of Health - Disposal Area, Recycling 


24-00 


Sewer Dept. 


25-00 


Highway Dept. 


29-00 


Harbor Dept. 


34-00 


Library Dept. 


36-00 


Recreation Dept. 


46-00 


Water Dept. 


47-00 


Cemeteries 



47 



SCHEDULE I 

COST OF AMENDMENTS TO PERSONNEL COMMITTEE BY-LAW 
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 5 



Folio 


Various Departments - Personal Services 




2-00 


Selectmen's Office 






S 1,298.00 


3-00 


Accountant's Office 




2,911.00 


4-00 


Treasurer-Collector's Office 




1.475.00 


6-00 


Assessor's Office 






1,042.00 


9-00 


Town Clerk's Office 




712.00 


11-00 


Town Hall 






752.00 


15-00 


Wire Dept. 






2,292.00 


17-00 


Building Inspector 






1,076.00 


18-00 


Tree and Park Dept 






3,457.00 


20-00 


Board of Health 






1,385.00 


23-00 


Disposal Area 






1,773.00 


23-03 


Board of Health - Disposal Area, 


Recycling 


319.00 


24-00 


Sewer Dept. 






2,631.00 


25-00 


Highway Dept. 






5,088.00 


29-00 


Harbor Dept. 






1,325.00 


34-00 


Library Dept. 






5,955.00 


36-00 


Recreation Dept. 






1,111.00 


46-00 


Water Dept. 






9,399.00 


47-00 


Cemeteries 






710.00 




$44,711.00 






SALARY SCHEDULE 




SCHEDULE NO. 1 


HOURLY 


July 1,1982 to 










June 30, 1983 


Pay Group Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


SI 


4.53 


4.67 


4.84 


4.95 


S2 


4.67 


4.84 


4.95 


5.28 


S3 


4.84 


4.95 


5.28 


5.60 


S4 


4.95 


5.28 


5.60 


5.89 


S5 


5.28 


5.60 


5.89 


6.16 


S6 


5.60 


5.89 


6.16 


6.49 


S7 


5.89 


6.16 


6.49 


6.83 






ANNUAL 




S8 


13.913 


14,432 


14,906 


15,405 


S9 


14,828 


15,261 


15,692 


16,126 


SIO 


15,677 


16,153 


16,631 


17,103 


Sll 


16,339 


16,842 


17,348 


17,854 


812 


17.363 


17,908 


18,456 


19,005 


S13 


17.854 


18,427 


19,003 


19,623 


S14 


18,920 


19,697 


20,479 


21,249 


S15 


19,593 


20,364 


21,146 


21,923 


S16 


22,649 


23,531 


24,445 


25,398 


S17 


23,857 


24,787 


25,752 


26,754 


SIS 


24,999 


26,100 


27,116 


28,174 



48 



Executive Secretary to Board of Selectmen 
Contract 
Annual Salary thru July 19, 1982 16,500 

Annual Salary effective July 20, 1982 17,325 



SCHEDULE NO. 2 



ANNUAL 



PS-9 

PS-11 

PS-12 



Police Department 
(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

15,485 15,849 16,213 



July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1982 



16,756 
18,600 
20,645 



Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6Vi%. 



1st year 
2nd year 
3rd year 



Police Chief per Contract Sept. 2. 1980 



27,000 
28,500 
29,500 



SCHEDULE NO. 3 



ANNUAL 



Fire department 
(Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 



July 1,1981 to 
June 30, 1982 



FS-9 


14,921 


15,292 


15,679 


16,030 


FS-10 


— 


— 


— 


17,144 


FS-11 


17,300 


17,731 


18,157 


18,589 


FS-12 


19,177 


19,442 
Fire Chief per 


19,935 
contract 


20,425 


SCHEDULE NO. 4 


HOURLY 


July 1,1982 to 










June 30, 1983 


Wl 


5.23 


5.38 


5.59 


5.73 


W2 


5.55 


5.71 


5.89 


6.07 


W3 


5.79 


5.97 


6.18 


6.36 


W4 


6.07 


6.21 


6.39 


6.59 


W5 


6.36 


6.51 


6.72 


6.88 


W6 


6.52 


6.74 


6.89 


7.12 


W7 


6.67 


6.84 


6.93 


7.21 


W8 


6.72 


6.88 


7.02 


7.26 


W9 


6.92 


7.13 


7.24 


7.48 


WIO 


7.23 


7.36 


7.54 


7.71 


Wll 


7.53 


7.74 


7.95 


8.17 


W12 


7.90 


8.14 


8.34 


8.56 



49 



SCHEDULE NO. 5 



PART TIME POSITIONS 



Caretaker of Perkins Cemetery and Beechwood Cemetery 

Inspector of Slaughtering and Animals 

Veterans' Agent 

Assistant Harbor Master - Per Hour 

Night Patrol — Harbor — Per Hour 

Member, Board of Registrars 

Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Constable — Per Notice 

Intermittent Patrolman — Per Hour 

Election Officers — Per Hour 

Election Clerk — Per Hour 

Election Warden — Per Hour 

Casual Labor — Per Hour 

Grave Digger — Per Grave 

Director of Civil Defense 

Intermittent Firefighter — Per Hour 

Shellfish Constable 

Pages (Library) Per Hour 

Custodian (Library) Per Hour 

Planning Board — Administrative Secretary 

Zoning Board of Appeals — Secretary 

Conservation Commission — Clerical 

Dog Officer 



RATE 
July 1,1982 to 
June 30, 1983 

$ 3,96 

250.00 

1,600.00 

4 25 

4 25 

326.00 

500.00 

15.00 

5.33 

3.22 

3.48 

3.79 

4.25 

45.00 

200.00 

5.33 

100.00 

3.00 

5.79 

4.12 

5.28 

4.12 

2,000.00 



LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 



Board of Selectmen 



Executive Secretary 
Administrative Secretary 
Clerk 


Contract 

S7 

S3 


1 
1 
1 


1 

1 


35 
35 


Town Accountant 

Assistant Accountant and Clerk 
Clerk-Bookkeeper 


SIS 

S6 

S5 


1 
1 
1 


1 

1 
1 


35 
35 


Treasurer-Collector 

Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 

Clerk 

Clerk 


S6 

S5 
S4 


1 
1 
1 


1 

1 
1 


35 
35 
10 


Board of Assessors 
Clerk 
Clerk Typist 


S6 
S3 


1 
1 


1 

1 


35 
20 


Town Clerk 

Clerk and Assistant Town Clerk 


S6 


1 


1 


35 



50 



Town Hall Custodian 



W3 



40 



Police Department 
Police Chief 
Lieutenant 
Sergeant 
Patrolman 
Clerk/Dispatcher 

Fire Department 
Fire Chief 
Captain 
Private 



Contract 


1 






PS12 


1 


2 


IVh 


PSll 


2 


2 


31Vi 


PS9 


14 


2 


37^2 


S4 


1 


1 


40 


Contract 


1 






FSll 


4 


3 


42 


FS-9 


20 


3 


42 



Wire Department 

Superintendent S14 

Engineer W12 

Lineman W5 

Lineman Apprentice W4 

Building Inspector & Zoning Officer S 1 2 



Tree and Park Department 




Superintendent — Working 


S12 


Skilled Laborer 


W7 


Tree Climber 


W5 


Laborer 


W4 


Laborer-Cemetery 


W2 


Board of Health 




Health Agent 


S13 


Clerk 


S3 


Sewer Department 




Chief Operator 


S15 


Operator II 


W8 


Operator I 


W5 


Operator-Trainee 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 


Clerk 


S3 


Highway Department 




Working Foreman 


WIO 


Supervisor of Disposal Area 


W9 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


W8 


Skilled Laborer 


W5 


Laborer — Disposal Area 


W3 


Laborer — Truck Driver 


W2 


Laborer 


Wl 



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40 



1 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


1 




1 


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1 




4 




4 


40 


4 




4 




1 


17' 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 


40 


4 




4 


40 


4 


40 



51 



Harbor Department 
Harbor Master 



Sll 



Library 

Chief Librarian 
Librarian (1) 
Librarian (2) 
Para-Professional 
Clerks (3) 
Custodian 
Pages 



S16 


1 






S8 


1 




35 


S8 


2 




20,23 


S7 


1 




22 


S2 


3 




20 




1 


5 


17 



Recreation Department 
Recreation Director 



S13 



Article 5 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



52 



Article 6 .{Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chair- 
man and others). To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the 
Selectmen with respect to salaries of the Town Elected Officials and to see if 
the Town will vote to accept said recommendations recommending and adopting 
or amending and adopting the schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to 
raise and appropriate a sum of money necessary to pay for the increase in salary 
of the Treasurer-Collector and the Highway Surveyor for the ensuing fiscal year 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY - NOT SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION PLAN) 



JOB TITLE ANNUAL RATES July 1 , 1982 to 




June 30, 1983 


Town Clerk 


$ 6,199.00 


Clerk, Board of Registrars 


329.00 


Highway Surveyor 


20,659.00 


Moderator 


125.00 


Treasurer-Collector 


22,698.00 


Board of Selectmen 




Chairman 


1,100.00 


Member 


1,000.00 


Board of Assessors 




Chairman 


1,300.00 


Member 


1,200.00 



SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

FOLIO ELECTED OFFICIALS - PERSONAL SERVICES 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector Salary $ 1 ,285 .00 

25-00 Highway Surveyor 1,169.00 

$2,454.00 



MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be 
and hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town Elected 
Officials be and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule 
heretofore adjusted and that the sum of $2,454.00 be and hereby is raised and 
appropriated by taxation to pay for increases of salaries of Treasurer-Collector, 
Highway Surveyor as set forth in the substituted schedule for the ensuing fiscal 
period, and this amount is to be credited to the salary appropriation accounts 
affected in accordance with the attached schedule. 



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SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(FOR INFORMATION ONLY - NOT SUBJECT TO COMPENSATION PLAN) 



JOB TITLE ANNUAL RATES July 1 , 1 982 to 




June 30, 1983 


Town Clerk 


$ 6,199.00 


Clerk, Board of Registrars 


329.00 


Highway Surveyor 


20,659.00 


Moderator 


125.00 


Treasurer-Collector 


22,698.00 


Board of Selectmen 




Chairman 


1,100.00 


Member 


1,000.00 


Board of Assessors 




Chairman 


1,300.00 


Member 


1,200.00 



SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

FOLIO ELECTED OFFICULS - PERSONAL SERVICES 

4-00 Treasurer-Collector Salary $ 1 ,285 .00 

25-00 Highway Surveyor 1J69.00 

$2,454.00 



-Article 6 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $100,000.00 for the purpose of a Reserve Fund, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 
$100,000.00 for the purpose of a Reserve Fund. 
Article 7 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided 
in Section 29 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws, as most recently amended 
by Chapter 5, Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to 
be performed by the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts for the im- 
provements, development, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal 
rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public 
beach including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section 
II of Chapter 91 of the General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute 
and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 
29 of Chapter 91 of the General Laws, as most recently amended by Chapter 5, 
Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be performed by 
the Department of Public Works of Massachusetts for the improvements, develop- 
ment, maintenance and protection of tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, har- 

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bors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores along a public beach including Merri- 
mac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with Section (II) of Chapter 91 of 
the General Laws, and authorize the Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond of 
indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 
Article 8 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the 
approval of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation 
of the revenue of the financial year beginning July 1 , 1982, in accordance with 
the provisions of the General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or 
notes therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may 
be given for any period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of 
the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the 
revenue of the financial year beginning July 1, 1982, in accordance with the 
provisions of the General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or 
notes therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may 
be given for any period of less than one year in accordance with General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17. 
Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$2,739.00 for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing year the mosquito 
control works and improvements of low lands and swamps as estimated and 
certified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter 1 12, Acts of 1931 , or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 
$2,739.00 for the purpose of maintaining during the ensuing year the mosquito 
control works and improvements of lowlands and swamps as estimated and cer- 
tified by the State Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of 
Chapter 112, Acts of 1931. 
Article 10 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town, acting upon the jurisdiction and provisions 
of Chapter 252, of the General Laws, will join with other Towns in a mosquito 
control project and will raise and appropriate the sum of $10,000.00 for the 
purpose of paying Cohasset's share therefor, the same to be paid to the Ply- 
mouth County Mosquito Project Board, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 1 1 voted by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY MR. GAINOR 

RESOLVED: That the Town of Cohasset follow the recommendations of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management, Division of Forests 
and Parks, to use Racillus thuringiensis (B.T., a Biological project) as the con- 
trol material for gypsy moth caterpillars. It is the opinion of that agency that 
the use of this material most responsibly addresses both the documented con- 
cern of a need for nuisance control and protection of the public . 



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Resolution voted by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY HENRY W. AINSLIE, CHAIRMAN OF THE 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS Fire Chief Charles Piepenbrink did retire from active service in 
the department on the thirty -first day of March in the year nineteen hundred 
and eighty -two, after a long and distinguished career spanning a period of 
thirty -four years. 

AND WHEREAS he served as Chief for twenty-eight of those years having 
been appointed at the young age of twenty -nine, only six years after joining the 
department: 

AND WHERAS he was dedicated toward encouraging the highest standards 
of professionalism within his departmnt and on many occasions argued before 
this body to assure that his men had the best equipment and physical plant pos- 
sible, in support thereof; 

AND WHERAS his expertise and genuine concern for the protection of life 
and limb of all citizens led to his transforming the town ambulance service into 
one of the best trained, quickest responding emergency medical services unit in 
the area: 

AND WHEREAS his devotion to family, loyalty to friends and concern for 
the well-being of the Town, in general, serves as an example to his successors; 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting herein assembled, 
on this third day of April in the year nineteen hundred and eighty-two, to 
proclaim the entire town's sincerest gratitude for his long and devoted service 
and to wish him a lengthy, healthful and happy retirement. 
Resolution adopted unanimously. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$1,230.00 to be used for its proportion of the cost for the control of insect, 
vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for fiscal 1 983 , as advised by he State 
Reclamation Board as provided by Chapter 557 of the Acts of 1955, as amended 
or act on anything relative thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 
$1,230.00 to be used for its proportion of the cost for the control of insect, 
vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for fiscal 1983, as advised by the State 
Reclamation Board as provided by Chapter 557 of the Acts of 1955, as amended 
Article 12 voted unamimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Lsw by 
adding or amending the following: 

Section 4 — Use Regulations 

4.3 '^Additional Use Regulations" 

"Paragraph 4.3.4 shall be renumbered to 4.3.4.1, on page 17 
and Section 4.3.4.2 shall be added as follows: 

4.3.4.2 No zoning ordinance or By-Law shall prohibit the owner and 
occupier of a residence which has been destroyed by fire or 
other nature holocaust from placing a mobile home on the site 



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of such residence and residing in such home for a period not to 
exceed twelve months while the residence is being rebuilt. Any 
such mobile home shall be subject to the provisions of the state 
sanitary code. 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset Zoning By-Law by 

amending the following: 

Section 4 — Use Regulations 

4.3 "Additional Use Regulations" 

"Paragraph 4.3.4 shall be renumbered 4.3.4.1, on page 17 and 
Section 4. 3 .4.2 shall be added as follows: 

4.3.4.2 No zoning ordinance or By-Law shall prohibit the owner and 
occupier of a residence which has been destroyed by fire or 
other nature holocaust from placing a mobile home on the site 
of such residence and residing in such home for a period not to 
exceed twelve months while the residence is being rebuilt. Any 
such mobile home shall be subject to the provisions of the state 
sanitary code. 

REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD ON ARTICLE 13 

The Cohasset Planning Board held a public hearing on March 17, 1982 to 
consider proposed revisions to the Cohasset Zoning By-Laws. The following 
vote to recommend the proposed revisions was taken at the conclusion of the 
Public Hearing: 

Voted 5 to to recommend this article. 

This is to certify that the following persons are members of the Planning 
Board: Barbara M. Power, Patricia G. Facey, John O'Toole, Patrick Plante and 
Daniel Cotton, /s/ John O'Toole, Vice Chairman //s 

Article 13 voted by a hand vote, yes, 236 to no, 6. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by 
adding or amending the following: 

Section 5 Area Regulations 

5.2 General Provisions sub paragraph 5.2.3 on page 19 shall be 

renumbered to paragraph 5.2.4.1 and a new section 5.2.3.2 
shall be added as follows: 

5.2.4.2 "No lot may have a width of less than the required frontage as 
set forth in 5.3 at any point between the frontage street and 
the nearest point of the building." 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset Zoning By-Law by 
amending the following: 



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Section 5 — Area Regulations 

5.2 General Provisions sub paragraph 5.2.4 on page 19 shall be re- 

numbered to paragraph 5.2.4.1 and a new section 5.2.4.2 shall 
be added as follows: 

5.2.4.2 "No lot may have a width of less than the required frontage as 
set forth in 5.3 at any point between the frontage street and the 
nearest point of the building." 

REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD ON ARTICLE 14 

The Cohasset Planning Board held a public hearing on March 17, 1982 to 
consider proposed revisions to the Cohasset Zoning By-Laws. The following vote 
to recommend the proposed revisions was taken at the conclusion of the Public 
Hearing: 
Voted 5 to to recommend this article. 

This is to certify that the following persons are members of the Planning 
Board: Barbara M. Power, Patricia G. Facey, John O'Toole, Patrick Plante and 
Daniel Cotton, /s/ John O'Toole, Vice Chairman /s/ 

Article 14 voted by a hand vote, yes 204, to No, 13. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by 
adding or amending the following: 

Section 5 - Area Regulations 

Paragraph 5.2.6 be stricken in its entirety and there be substituted in place 
thereof the following: 

5.2.6 "In this section, the required setback shall be measured from the 
nearest exterior side line of the street in question; provided, however, that 
where the street has a right-or-way width of less than forty (40) feet the setback 
distance shall be measured from a line on the lot twenty feet from and parallel 
to the center line of said street, and further provided that any setback and/or 
front, side, or rear yards shall conform to the year definitions as set forth within 
Section 2." 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset Zoning By-Law by 
amending the following: 

Section 5 - Area Regulations 

Paragraph 5.2.6 be stricken in its entirety and there be substituted in place there- 
of the following: 

5.2.6 "In this section, the required setback shall be measured from the 
nearest exterior side line of the street in question; provided, however, that where 
the street has a right-or-way width of less than forty (40) feet the setback dis- 
tance shall be measured from a line on the lot twenty feet from and parallel to 
the center line of said street, and further provided that any setback and/or front, 
side, or rear yard shall conform to the yeard definitions as set forth within Sec- 
tion 2." 

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REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD ON ARTICLE 15 

The Cohasset Planning Board held a public hearing on March 17, 1982 to 
consider proposed revisions to the Cohasset Zoning By-Laws. The following vote 
to recommend the proposed revisions was taken at the conclusion of the Public 
Hearing: 
Voted 5 to to recommend this article. 

This is to certify that the following perosns are members of the Planning 
Board; Barbara M. Power, Patricia G. Facey, John O'Toole, Patrick Plante and 
Daniel Cotton, /s/ John O'Toole, Vice Chairman /s/ 

Article 15 voted by a hand vote, 175 yes to 20 no. 15 voters did not vote on 
this article. 

PROCLAMATION BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

The Board of Selectmen hereby proclaim Saturday, April 24, 1982 as 
anti-litter day. Therefore in order to make Cohasset a more attractive town, it 
is requested that all citizens of our town participate in an effort to organize and 
clean our streets and by-ways of all litter. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjoumed until Monday, April 5, 1982, at 7:30 
p.m. at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 5:30 P. M. 

MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1982 

The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 8:00 P.M. There were 
271 voters present. 

Checkers previously appointed by the Selectmen reported to work at 
7:00 P.M. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by 
striking the second sentence of Paragraph set forth below marked Residential. 

Section 4 — Use Regulations 
4.2 Permitted uses. 

Table of Use Regulations 

The Table of Use Regulations that follows is part of this By-Law Use - 
Residential — Detached one-family dwelling and inserting in place thereof the 
following: 

USE Residential Non-Residential 

Residential R-A R-B R-C DB WB HB LI 

The conversion and/or use 

of a one-family dwelling 

existing on 1/5/55 as a 

dwelling for not more than SP SP SP SP NO SP NO 

two (2) families subject to 

Table 5.3 (Table of Area 

Regs.) 

or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Town amend the Town of Cohasset Zoning By-Law by strik- 
ing the second sentence of Paragraph set forth below mnrked Residential. 

Article same as printed above. 
The Planning Board reported in favor of this article by a 5 to vote. 
Article 16 defeated by a hand vote, yes 1 17 to no 144 . 

MOVED: That articles 38 and 42 be advanced and that action be taken on these 
articles at this time. 
Voted by a voice vote to advance articles 38 and 42. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate from tax- 
ation or otherwise a sum of money to purchase, or take by eminent domain or 
otherwise acquire an easement for the purpose of laying and maintaining drain- 
age pipes across the parcel of land shown as Lot 10 on a Plan entitled "Cohasset, 
Mass. subdivision plan of land off Forest Avenue, belonging to C.J. Lyon Co. . 
Inc . Scituate, Mass." dated April 4, 1955. Such easement to be 20 feet in 
width, commencing at the cul-de-sac of the way identified on the aforesaid Plan 
as Channing Way, now known as Forest Notch, and running in a northerly 
direction to the northerly boundary line of said lot 10 and being shown as the 
area outlined in red ink on a copy of the aforesaid Plan filed with the Town 
Clerk; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate from taxation $1,000.00 to 
purchase, or take by eminent domain or otherwise acquire an easement for the 
purpose of laying and maintaining drainage pipes across the parcel of land shown 
as Lot 10 on a Plan entitled "Cohasset, Mass. subdivision plan of land off Forest 
Avenue, belonging to C.J. Lyon Co., Inc. , Scituate, Mass." dated April 4, 1955. 
Such easement to be 20 feet in width, commencing at the cul-de-sac of the way 
identified on the aforesaid Plan as Channing Way, now known as Forest Notch, 
and running in a northerly direction to the northerly boundary line of said lot 
10. 
Article 38 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $1 16.04 to pay unpaid bills of Fiscal 1981 as follows, 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

Dept. Date of service Providers Amount 

Fire Dec. 1 1 , 30, 1980 Orthopedic Surgery of Quincy, 

Inc. for services rendered to 
firefighter $ 75.00 

Board of Dec. 31, 1980 Charles B. Wood, Jr. for 

Health repairs to property of 

DavidTrainorat431A 

South Main Street 41.04 



$ 116.04 



MOVED: That the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation funds in the 
sum of $1 16.04 to pay unpaid bills of Fiscal 1981 as follows: 



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Dept. Date of Service Providers Amount 

Fire Dec. 11, 30, 1980 Orthopedic Surgery of Quincy 

Inc., for services rendered to 
firefighter $ 75.00 

Board of Dec. 31, 1980 Charles B. Woods, Jr. for 

repairs to property of David 
Trainor at 431 A South Main 
Street 41.00 



$ 116.04 



Article 42 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will convey to Allen W. Bates, Trustee of the 
Bates Family Trust a certain parcel of land situated in Cohasset, Norfolk County, 
Massachusetts, being shown as Lot A on a plan entitled "Plan of Land in Cohas- 
set, Mass." dated February 1, 1982 by Ernest W. Branch, Inc Civil Engineers 
containing 2930 square feet of land more or less and bounded and described as 
foUows: 
Northeastery: By Beechwood Street as shown on said plan, 119 feet more or 

less: 
Southeasterly: by Beechweeod Street as shown on said plan, 50 feet more or less, 
Southwesterly: by land of Town of Cohasset as shown on said plan, 218 feet 

more or less; and 
Northeasterly: again by Beechwood Street as shown on said plan, 53 feet more 

or less. 

A copy of said plan is on file at the office of the Town Clerk: or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town convey to Alan Bates, Trustee of the Bates Family 
Trust a certain parcel of land situated in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachu- 
setts, being shown as lot A on a plan entitled "Plan of land in Cohasset, Mass. 
dated February 1, 1982 by Ernest K. Branch, Inc., Civil Engineers containing 
2930 square feet of land more or less and bounded and described as follows: 

Northeasterly: by Beechwood Street as shown on said plan, 119 feet more or 

less; 
Southeasterly: by Beechwood Street as shown on said plan, 50 feet more or 

less; 
Southwesterly: by land of Town of Cohasset as shown on said plan, 218 feet 

more of less; and 
Northeasterly: again by Beechwood Street as shown on said plan, 53 feet more 

or less. 

Article 17 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Select- 
men to sell the Beechwood Fire Station building and the North Cohasset Fire 
Station building and/or the North Cohasset Fire Station building and land on 
which it is situated, after securing bids; the Board of Selectmen sliall have the 



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authority to impose upon the terms of the sale and on the said property such 
restrictions, reservations of conditions as they deem appropriate. They may 
execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name and under the seal of the Town 
deeds or other instruments therefor and to see what sum of money the Town 
will raise and appropriate to implement the foregoing; or act on anything re- 
lating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to sell the Beech- 
wood Fire Station Building and the North Cohasset Fire Station building after 
securing bids; the Board of Selectmen shall have the authority to impose upon 
the terms of the sale and on the said property such restrictions, reservations or 
conditions as they deem appropriate. They may execute, acknowledge and 
deliver, in the name and under the seal of the Town deeds or other instruments 
therefore. 
Article 18 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Firefighters 
Local 2804 and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate 
to effectuate said Agreement, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town accept a collective bargaining agreement by and be- 
tween the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Firefighters Local 
2804 which includes the salary schedule affixed hereto and that the Town raise 
and appropriate $28,349.00 by taxation to effectuate said agreement. 

Salaries and Wages. (Schedule of Salaries) 

(a) (i) Effective July 1, 1982, the salary rates of employees covered by this 
Agreement shall be as follows: 



Pay 


Minimum 




Maximum 




Group 


Rate 1st Step 


2nd Step 


Rate 




FS-9 


15,518.00 15,904.00 


16,306.00 


16,671.00 


Annual 


FS-11 


17,992.00 18,440.00 


18,883.00 


19,333.00 


Annual 




(ii) Effective January 1, 


1983, the salary 


rates of Employees covered 


by this Agreement shall be as follows: 






Pay 


Minimum 




Maximum 




Group 


Rate 1st Step 


2nd step 


Rate 




FS-9 


15,828.00 16,222.00 


16,632.00 


17,004.00 


Annual 


FS-11 


18,352.00 18,809.00 


19,261.00 


19,720.00 


Annual 



Said amount to be credited to Account No. 13-00 Fire Department Personal 
Services 

(b) Effective July 1, 1983, the salary rates of Employees covered by this 
Agreement shall be as follows: 

Pay Minimum Maximum 

Group Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Rate 

FS-9 16,778.00 17,195.00 17,630.00 18,024.00 Annual 

FS-11 19,453.00 19,938.00 20,417.00 20,903.00 Annual 

Article 19 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 20. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset PoHce Association and 
to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate 
said agreement, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 20 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Select- 
men to accept or enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted 
or to be allotted by the Commonwealth and/or County for the construction, 
reconstruction and improvement of Town roads, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept or enter 
into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted by 
the Commonwealth and/or County for the construction, reconstruction and 
improvement of Town roads. 
Article 21 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 22. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of 
$50,525.00 for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the 
Town, including any other work relating thereto, and to meet said appropria- 
tion the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized 
to borrow $50,525.00 in accordance with Mass. G.L. Chapter 44, Sec. 6A, 
which sum represents State funds allotted in accordance with the following 
Acts: Chapter 351, Acts of 1981, $23,021.00 and Chapter 732, Acts of 1981, 
$27,504.00, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $50,525.00 for 
resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the Town, including 
any other work relating thereto, and to meet said appropriation the Treasurer, 
with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, is authorized to borrow $50525.00 
in accordance with Mass. G.L. Chapter 44, Sec. 6A, which sum represents State 
funds allotted in accordance with the following Acts: Chapter 351, Acts of 
1981, $23,021.00 and Chapter 732, Acts of 1981, $27,504-00. 
Article 22 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $52,000.00 to replace the existing culvert on Doane 
Street, including any other work relating thereto, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate the sum of $52,000.00 to replace the 
existing culvert on Doane Street, including any other work relating thereto and 
to meet said appropriation the sum of $52,000.00 be transfereed from the 
Stabilization Fund. 
Article 23 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $12,000.00 for guniting and other works required to 
maintain two (2) stone walls, approximately 140 feet long channeling water 
from James Brook into two (2) culvert pipes then thru two (2) tidal gates into 
Cohasset Harbor, or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 
$12,000.00 for guniting and other works required to maintain two (2) stone 
walls, approximately 140 feet long channeling water from James Brook into two 
(2) culvert pipes then thru two (2) tidal gates into Cohasset Harbor. 
Article 24 voted by a voice vote. 



Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or trans- 
fer from available funds, the sum of $40,000.00 for purchasing a new street 
sweeper to replace the 1973 machine which will be traded in, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 25 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI, Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, Section 1 , General Provisions of the Town 
By-Law by adding after (b) iii, the following section iv ."Those covered by other 
contracts or agreements," or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town amend Article XI, Personnel Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan, Section 1, General Provisions of the Town By-Law by adding 
after (b) iii, the following Section iv . "Those covered by other contracts or 
agreements." 
Article 26 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI. Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, Section 5, Fringe Items of the Town 
By-Laws by striking the second paragraph of Clause (b). Paid Holidays and 
substituting therefor the following Sub-paragraph (b): 

"If a hoHday falls on a Sunday but shall be observed on the following 
Monday, employees shall be paid for the day. If a holiday falls on a Saturday 
which is not a regularly scheduled working day, then employees shall have off the 
Friday preceding each hoHday with pay," or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town amend Article XI, Personnel Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan, Section 5, Fringe Items of the Town By-Laws by striking the 
second paragraph of Clause (b). Paid Holidays and substituting therefor the fol- 
lowing Sub-Paragraph (b): 

"If a holiday falls on a Sunday but shall be observed on the following 
Monday, employees shall be paid for the day. If a holiday falls on a Saturday 
which is not a regularly scheduled working day, then employees shall have off 
the Friday preceding each holiday with pay". 
Article 27 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Select- 
men to petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to 
amend Section 10 of Chapter 65 of the Acts of 1962 by striking it in its entirety 
and substituting therefor the following Section 10: 

"Section 10. Said board of sewer commissioners may annually appoint a 
clerk and may appoint a superintendent of sewers who shall not be a member of 
the board, and shall define their duties. It may remove the clerk or superin- 
tendent at its pleasure. Said board may, in its discretion, prescribe for the users 

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of said sewer system or systems such annual rentals or charges based on the ben- 
efits derived therefrom as it my deem proper, subject, however, to such rules 
and regulations as approved by the Board of Sewer Commissioners and filed 
with the Town Clerk.", or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 28 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will vote to instruct the Board of Selectmen 
to petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to amend 
Section 12 of Chapter 65 of the Acts of 1962 by striking the words "twenty 
dollars" and substituting therefor the words "three hundred dollars" so that 
Section 12 shall read as follows: 

"Said Board of Sewer Commissioners may, from time to time, prescribe 
rules and regulations for the connection of estates and buildings with sewers, 
and for inspection of the materials, the construction, alteration and use of all 
connections entering into such sewers, and may prescribe penalties, not ex- 
ceeding three hundred dollars, for each violation of any such rule or regulation. 
Such rules and regulations shall be published at least once a week for three con- 
secutive weeks in some newspaper pubHshed in the Town of Cohasset, if there 
be any, or if not, then in some newspaper published in the County of Norfolk, 
and shall not take effect until such publications have been made, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town instruct the Board of Selectmen to petition the Gen- 
eral Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to amend Section 12 of 
Chapter 65 of the Acts of 1962 by striking the words "twenty-dollars" and sub- 
stituting therefor the words "three hundred dollars" so that Section 12 shall 
read as follows: 

Said Board of Sewer Commissioners may, from time to time, prescribe rules 
and regulations for the connection of estates and buildings with sewers, and for 
inspection of the materials, the construction, alteration and use of all connec- 
tions entering into such sewers, and may prescribe penalties, not exceeding three 
hundred dollar, for each violation of any such rule or regulation. Such rules 
and regulations shall be pubUshed at least once a week for three consecutive 
weeks in some newspaper, pubhshed in the Town of Cohasset, if there be any, or 
if not, then in some newspaper pubHshed in the County of Norfolk, and shall 
not take effect until such violations have been made. 
Article 29 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 30. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Joseph 
Gwinn, Chairman, Sewer Commission). 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 1-7 of Division B of the 
"Rules and Regulations Concerning Sewer Use Cost Recovery, and Policy on 
Sanitary Sewer Connection to the Public Sewerage Systems" by striking said 
Section 1-7 in its entirety and substituting in its place and stead the following 
section: 

"Section 1-7 Sewer Service Charges. On a quarterly basis, there shall be assess- 
ed against each customer connected to the sanitary sewer system a sewer service 
charge The assessment of sewer service charges shall be based upon tlie volume 
of sewage emanating from each residential, business, commercial, and industrial 
building connected to the sanitary sewer system. The following charges shall 

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apply to the preceding structures as defined by the Assessor for tax assessment 
purposes. 

Residential Customer Rate. The volume of sewage from residential buildings 
shall be taken as eighty percent (80%) of the water consumption for the same 
quarter utilizing the water meter as the basis for the sewage flow. A minimum of 
ten dollars and fifty cents ($10.50) per quarter of year shall be charged with a 
minimum of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter associated with this mini- 
mum. All in excess of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter shall be assessed at 
the rate of One and 05/100 ($1.05) Dollar per thousand gallons. Such rates to 
be effective for sewer use covered by the quarterly billing issued in July of 1982 
and thereafter. 

Commercial and Industrial Rate. The volume of sewerage from commercial and 
industrial buildings shall be taken as one hundred percent (100%) of the water 
consumption for the same quarter, utilizing the water meter as the basis for 
sewage flow. A minimum of fourteen dollars ($14.00) per quarter of year shall 
be charged with a minimum of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter associated 
with this minimum. All in excess of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter shall 
be assessed at the rate of one dollar and forty cents ($1.40) per thousand gal- 
lons.", such rates to be effective for sewer use covered by the quarterly billing 
issued in July of 1982 and thereafter, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town vote to amend Section 1-7 of Division B of the "Rules 
and Regulations Concerning Sewer Use Cost Recovery, and Policy on Sanitary 
Sewer Connection to the Public Sewerage Systems" by striking said Section 1-7 
in its entirety and substituting in its place and stead the following section: 

"Section 1-7 Sewer Service Charges. On a quarterly basis, there shall be assessed 
against each customer connected to the sanitary sewer system a sewer service 
charge. The assessment of sewer service charges shall be based upon the volume 
of sewage emanating from each residential, business, commercial, and industrial 
building connected to the sanitary sewer system The following charges shall 
apply to the preceding structures as defined by the Assessor for tax assessment 
purposes. 

Residential Customer Rate. The volume of sewage from residential buildings 
shall be taken as eighty percent (80%) of the water consumption for the same 
quarter utilizing the water meter as the basis for the sewage flow. A minimum of 
ten dollars and fifty cents ($10.50) per quarter of year shall be charged with a 
minimum of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter associated with this minimum. 
All in excess of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter shall be assessed at the rate 
of One and 05/100 ($1.05) Dollar per thousand gallons. Such rates to be effec- 
tive for sewer use covered by the quarterly billing issued in July of 1982 and 
thereafter. 

Commercial and Inudstrial Rate. The volume of sewerage from commercial 
and industrial buildings shall be taken as one hundred percent (100%) of the 
water consumption for the same quarter, utilizing the water meter as the basis 
for sewage flow. A minimum of fourteen dollars ($14.00) per quarter of year 
shall be charged with a minimum of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter asso- 
ciated with this minimum. All in excess of 10,000 gallons of sewage per quarter 
shall be assessed at the rate of one dollar and forty cents ($1.40) per thousand 
gallons.", such rates to be effective for sewer use covered by the quarterly billing 

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issued in July of 1982 and thereafter. 
Article 30 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY DORIS McNULTY 

To see if the Town will vote approval of the following statement: 

"The United States and the Soviet Union should immediately and jointly 
stop the nuclear arms race. Specifically, they should adopt an immediat, mutual 
freeze on all further testing, production and deployment of nuclear weapons, 
missiles and new aircraft designed primarily to deliver nuclear weapons, with 
verification satisfactory to both countries." 

Upon passage, the Selectmen are directed to deliver notification of this 
Resolution to our elected officials in Washington. 
Resolution voted by a voice vote. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will appropriate from water revenue the sum 
of $10,500. to be used in conjunction as matching funds, with monies from the 
State, Chapter 805 Grant to conduct Leak Detection Program on Water Dis- 
tribution System in the Town of Cohasset, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town appropriate from water revenue the sum of $10,500. 
to be used in conjucntion as matching funds, with monies from the State, Chap- 
ter 805 Grant to conduct Leak Detection Program on Water Distribution System 
in the town of Cohasset. 

Article 3 1 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $127,087.00 to 
be used in conjunction, as matching funds, with monies from the state. Chapter 
805 of Acts of 1979 as amended. Grant to rehabilitate the Water Distribution 
System on Border Street, and to meet said appropriation, the treasurer, with the 
approval of the Board of Selectmen, be and hereby is authorized to issue bonds 
or notes in accordance with Mass. Gen. Laws, Chapter 44, Section 8, Clause 5, 
or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 32 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will appropriate the sum of $243,912.00 to 
be used in conjunction, as matching funds, with monies from the State, Chapter 
805 of Acts of 1979 as amended, Grant to rehabilitate the Water Distribution 
System on Atlantic Avenue, or act on anything relating thereto, and to meet 
said appropriation, the treasurer, with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, 
be and hereby is authorized to issue bonds and notes in accordance with Mass. 
Gen. Laws, Chapter 44, Section 8, Clause 5, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 33 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 34. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of Richard 
Barrow, Chairman of the Recreation Commission). 

To see if the Town, acting under the provisions of Artice II of the Amend- 
ments to the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, commonly 



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called the Home Rule Amendment, will vote to adopt the following by-law 
regarding a Recreation Commission Revolving Fund in the Town of Cohasset. 

Section 1. The Town of Cohasset hereby establishes in the town treasury an 
individual revolving fund (hereinafter called "Recreation Fund") for its Recrea- 
tion Commission "• All receipts of the Commission from wholly or partially self- 
supporting recreation services of the Town shall be credited to the Recreation 
Fund. The Recreation Fund shall be kept separate from any other monies or 
funds of the Town, and shall be expended only for those purposes outlined 
below. 

Section 2. The money in the Recreation Fund will be used soley for the main- 
tenance and support of recreation services of the Town, including purchase of 
equipment and salaries of employees. 

Section 3. Expenditures of money from the Recreation Fund may be made by 
the Town Accountant without further appropriation.' The Town Accountant 
shaU submit annually a report of the Recreation Fund to the Selectmen, the 
Advisory Board and the Recreation Commission. 

Section 4. Nothing in this by-law shall prevent the Town from appropriating 
funds for purposes of pubhc recreation or entertainment as now or hereafter 
authorized by law. Nothing in this by-law shall prevent the Town from accept- 
ing gifts or grants of money or property for purposes of public recreation or en- 
tertainment. 

Section 5. This by-law shall take effect upon its acceptance by a majority vote 
of the qualified voters of the Town present and voting thereon at the Annual 
Town Meeting or any Special Town Meeting called for the purpose. The re- 
ceipts of the Department for the year in which this by-law is accepted will be 
retained by the Department and wiU constitute the working capital to establish 
the Fund. This by-law supersedes any by-law which is in conflict with it, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Board of Selectmen on behalf of the Town petition the 
General Court to enact the following legislation: 

An act establishing a Recreation Conmiission Revolving Fund in the Town of 

Cohasset 

Section 1. The Town of Cohasset hereby estabhshes in the town treasury an 
individual revolving fund hereinafter called "Recreation Fund") for its Recrea- 
tion Commission. All receipts of the Commission from wholly or partially 
self-supporting recreation services of the Town shall be credited to the Recrea- 
tion Fund. The Recreation Fund shall be kept separate from any other monies 
or funds of the Town, and shall be expended only for those purposes outlined 
below. 

Section 2. The money in the Recreation Fund will be used solely for the main- 
tenance and support of recreation services of the Town, including purchase of 
equipment and salaries of employees. 

Section 3. Expenditures of money from the Recreation Fund may be made by 
the Recreation Commission. 

Section 4. Nothmg in this by-law shall prevent the Town from appropriating 
funds for purposes of pubhc recreation or entertainment as now or hereafter 
authorized by law. Nothing in this by-law shall prevent the Town from accept- 

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ing gifts or grants of money or property for purposes of public recreation or en- 
tertainment. 

Section 5. This law shall take effect starting in the fiscal year 1984, but only 
in the event a majority vote of the qualified voters of the Town present and 
voting at the Annual Town Meeting or any Special Town Meeting rescind the 
acceptance of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 53D. 

The Moderator called for a voice vote on article 34 and declared that the 
motion was defeated. At least seven (7) voters questioned the moderators 
decision and a hand vote was taken. 
Article 34 voted by a hand vote, yes 79, no 58. 

Article 35. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., 
Chairman, and others). 

To see if the Town will vote to accept an amendment to the Agreement 
establishing the South Shore Regional School District ("South Shore") as pro- 
posed by vote of the South Shore School Committee adopted on December 
23, 1981. The amendment provides for the admission of the Towns of Whitman 
and/or Hanson as new member towns. The Amendment specifies in substance 
(a) that Whitman and Hanson will have one member of the School Committee 
appointed by the Board of Selectmen of the Town for a three year term, or for 
an initial term of two years if needed to retain symmetry of terms on the South 
Shore School Committee as a whole; (b) commencing in 1983, all members of 
the South Shore School Committee will be appointed by the Boards of Select- 
men of the towns they represent; (c) that for the first year of its membership a 
new member town will contribute as its entire share of the operating costs and 
capital costs of South Shore for such year an amount equal to what it would 
pay if the students from the new town enrolled in South Shore were tuition 
students, and the new member town will also be responsible for all the transpor- 
tation costs of those students. After its first year of membership a new town 
will pay its share of operating costs and capital costs apportioned in accordance 
with Section IV of the agreement, except that, as reimbursement to the original 
members of South Shore for their payments of capital costs on South Shore's 
existing school building, each new member town will pay to South Shore for a 
period of ten years, commencing with the second year of the new town's mem- 
bership and ending on the eleventh year of such membership, an annual sur- 
charge of $400 per pupil enrolled on October 1st of the prior year; (d) that the 
South Shore School will continue to be located in Hanover but satellite facilities 
may be located in any member town; and (e) for the admission as of July 1, 
1982 of such of the Towns of Whitman and Hanson as accept the amended 
South Shore agreement, following the acceptance by each of the existing mem- 
ber towns of the amendment admitting them. Copies of the South Shore Agree- 
ment as amended and as proposed to be amended, as described in this Article, 
are available for inspection at the office of the Town Clerk, or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept an amendment to the Agreement 
establishing the South Shore Regional School District ("South Shore") as pro- 
posed by vote of the South Shore School Committee adopted on December 
23, 1981. The amendment provides for the admission of the Towns of Whitman 
and/or Hanson as new member towns. The Amendment specifies in substance 
(a) that Whitman and Hanson will have one member of the School Committee 

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appointed by the Board of Selectmen of the Town for a three year term, or for 
an initial term of two years if needed to retain symmetry of terms on the South 
Shore School Committee as a whole; (b) commencing in 1983, all members of 
the South Shore School Committee will be appointed by the Boards of Select- 
men of the towns they represent; (c) that for the first year of its membership a 
new member town will contribute as its entire share of the operating costs and 
capital costs of South Shore for such year an amount equal to what it would 
pay if the students from the new town enrolled in South Shore were tuition 
students, and the new member town will also be responsible for all the tr^anspor- 
tation costs of those students. After its first year of membership a new town 
will pay its share of operating costs and capital costs apportioned in accordance 
with Section IV of the agreement, except that, as reimbursement to the original 
members of South Shore for their payments of capital costs on South Shore's 
existing school building, each new member town will pay to South Shore for a 
period of ten years, commencing with the second year of the new town's mem- 
bership and ending on the eleventh year of such membership, an annual sur- 
charge of $400 per pupil enrolled on October 1st of the prior year; (d) that the 
South Shore School will continue to be located in Hanover but satellite facilities 
may be located in any member town; and (e) for the admission as of July 1, 
1982 of such of the Towns of Whitman and Hanson as accept the amended 
South Shore agreement, following the acceptance by each of the existing mem- 
ber towns of the amendment admitting them. Copies of the South Shore Agree- 
ment as amended and as proposed to be amended, as described in this Article, 
are available for inspection at the office of the Town Clerk, or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

Article 35 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will vote to accept the following parcels of 
land from Helen B. Hurburt, individually and as Trustee of the Helen E. Barletta 
Trust: 

The land in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts shown as lot 90, Lot 
113 and Lot 114 on plan of "Black Rock Estates as devleoped by Bonelli- 
Adams Company" recorded with Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, Plan Book 
68, Plan 3259, containing according to said plan, 6,260, 3,640 and 4,900 square 
feet of land respectively and to which plan reference may be had for a more 
particular description. 

I, Helen E. Hurlburt, the Trustee of the aforementioned trust hereby war- 
rant and represent that the said trust is in full force and effect and has not been 
altered, amended or rescinded and that I have full authority to act hereunder 
and full authority to execute and deliver the within deed. 

For title, see Norfolk Registry of Deeds, Book 4655, Page 101; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept the following parcels of land from Helen B. 
Hurlburt, individually and as Trustee of the Helen E. Barletta Trust: 

The land in Cohasset, Norfolk County, Massachusetts shown as Lot 90, 
Lot 113 and Lot 1 14 on plan of "Black Rock Estates as developed by Bonelli- 
Adams Company" recorded with Norfolk County Registry of Deeds, Plan Book 
68, Plan 3259, containing according to said plan, 6260, 3,640 and 4,900 square 
feet of land respectively and to which plan reference may be had for a more 
particular description. 
Article 36 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

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Article 37. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen at the request of John De 
Bassio, Chief of the PoHce Department). 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII, Safety and Public Order 
by adding a new Section 3 1 as follows: 

Section 31 - Alann System Regulations. 
Definitions 

For the purpose of this by-law, the following terms, phrases, words and their 
definitions shall have the meaning given herein. When not inconsistent with the 
context, words used in the present tense include the future; words used in the 
plural number include the singular number; and words in the singular number in- 
clude the plural number. The word "shall" is always mandatory and not 
merely directory. 

Burglar Alarm System 

The term "Burglar Alarm System" means an assembly of equipment and devices 
or a single device such as a soHd state unit which plugs directly into a 110 volt 
AC Hne, arranged to signal the presence of a hazard requiring urgent attention 
and to which Police are expected to respond. Note: Fire alarm systems and 
alarm systems which monitor temperature, smoke, humidity or any other con- 
dition not directly related to the detection of an unauthorized intrusion into a 
premises or an attempted robbery at a premises are specifically excluded from 
the provisions of this by-law. The provisions of Section 15 of this by-law shall 
apply to all users. 

False Alarm 

the term "False Alarm" means (a) the activation of an alarm system through 
mechanical failure, malfunction, improper installation, or negligence of the user 
of an alarm system or his employees or agents; (b) any signal or oral communi- 
cation transmitted to the Police Department requesting or requiring or resulting 
in a response on the part of the Police Department when in fact there has been 
no unauthorized intrusion, robbery or burglary, or attempt threat. For the pur- 
pose of this definition, activation of alarm systems by act of God, included b^it 
not limited to power outages, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and similar 
weather or atmospheric disturbances shall not be deemed to be false alarms. 

Alarm User 

The term "Alarm User" means any person on whose premises an alarm system 
is maintained within the Town except for alarm systems on Motor Vehicles or 
proprietary systems. Excluded from this definition and from the coverage of this 
by-law are persons and buildings who use alarm systems which are specifically 
designed and intended to alert or signal persons exclusively within the premises. 
If such a system, however, employs an audible signal emitting sounds or flashing 
lights or beacon designed to signal persons outside the premises, such system 
shall be within the definition of alarm system and shall be subject to the provi- 
sions of this by-law. 

Automatic Dialing Device 

The term "Automatic Dialing Device" refers to an alarm system which automa- 
tically sends over regular telephone lines, by direct connection or otherwise, a 
prerecorded voice message or coded signal indicating the existence of an emer- 
gency siutation that the alarm system is designed to detect. 

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Direct Connection 

The term "Direct Connection" means an alarm system which has the capability 
of transmitting system signals directly to an appropriate receiver within the 
Cohasset PoHce Station. 

Interconnection 

The term "Interconnect" means to connect an alarm system to a voice-grade 
telephone line, either directly or through a mechanical device for the purpose of 
using the telephone line to transmit an emergency message indicating the actiiva- 
tion of the alarm system. 

Public Nuisance 

The term "Public Nuisance" means anything which annoys, injures or endangers 
the comfort, repose, health or safety of any person(s) or of any community or 
neighborhood. 

Administrative Provisions 

Section 15-1 

The Chief of Police, with the approval ofthe Selectmen, may promulgate such 

rules as may be necessary for the implementation of this by-law. 

Section 15-2 

Automatic Dialing Devices — Interconnection 

(a) No automatic dialing device shall be interconnected to any telephone 
numbers at the Police Department after the effective date of this by- 
law. 

(b) Within six (6) months after the effective date of this by-law, all auto- 
matic dialing devices interconnected to Police Department telephone 
lines shall be disconnected. The user of each such device shall be re- 
sponsible for having the device disconnected upon notification by the 
Chief of Police. 

Section 15-3 

Automatic Dialing Devices — Intermediary Services 

Any person using an automatic dialing device may have the device interfaced 

through existing telephone line to an appropriately equipped transfer station for 

transmission to the Police Department. Transfer to be facilitated through: 

(a) Private answering service 

(b) Privately owned or operated facility or terminal 

Section 15-4 

Direct Connections to Police Department 

(a) All alarms shall be subject to authorization by the Chief of Police prior 
to being connected to the Cohasset Police Department. 

(b) The Chief of PoHce shall have the authority to request proposals and 
bids from alarm companies in order to furnish at no cost to the Town, a 
communications console and the necessary lines of communications 
which are compatible to the receipt of alarm signals. Each of the bids 
shall set forth the annual fee each alarm user will be required to pay the 
alarm company for services rendered, except that no fee shall be assess- 
ed to the Town of Cohasset for any alarms or cormections to the con- 

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sole from properties owned by the Town of Cohasset. Such services 
shall be set forth in the form of a written contract between the alarm 
company and each alarm user. 

The provisions of this paragraph (b) relate solely to the aforemention- 
ed communications console, connections by the alarm user, and fees 
and charges related to the installation and maintenance of the console. 
Any alarm user has the right to contact any alarm company of his/her 
choice for the sale, installation, maintenance, and/or service of the 
alarm system to be installed on his/her premises. 

Section 15-5 

Control and Curtailment of Signals Emitted by Alarm Systems 

(a) Every alarm user shall submit to the Chief of Police the names and tele- 
phone numbers of at least two (2) other persons who are authorized 
to respond to an amergency signal transmitted by an alarm system and 
who can open the premises wherein the alarm system is installed. It 
shall be incumbent upon the owner of said premises to immediately 
notify the Cohasset PoHce Department of any changes in the list of 
authorized persons or employees so named in the alarm listing. 

(b) All alarm systems installed after the effective date of this by-law which 
use an audible horn or bell, shall be equipped with a device that will 
shut off such horn or bell within ten (10) minutes after activation of 
the alarm system. All existing alarm systems in use within the Town 
of Cohasset shall within six (6) months of passage of this by-law be re- 
quired to install aii appropriate shut off device and otherwise comply 
with the provisions of the by-law. 

(c) Any alarm system emitting a continuous and uninterrupted signal for 
more than ten (10) minutes, which cannot be shut off or otherwise cur- 
tailed due to the absence or unavailability of the alarm user or those 
persons designated by him under paragraph (a) of this section and 
which disturbs the peace, comfort or repose of the community, or a 
neighborhood where the alarm system is located, shall constitute a 
pubhc nuisance. 

Upon receiving complaints regarding suuch a continuous and unin- 
terrupted signal, the Police Chief shall endeavor to contact the alarm 
user, or member of the alarm users family, or those persons desig- 
nated by the alarm user under paragraph (a) of this section in an 
effort to abate the nuisance. The PoHce Chief shall cause to be record- 
ed the names and addresses of all complainants and the time each 
complaint was made. 

(d) No alarm system which is designed to transmit emergency messages or 
signals of intrusion to the PoHce Department shall be tested until the 
police dispatcher has been notified. Note: Unauthorized tests will 
constitute a False Alarm. 

Section 15-6 

Penalties 

(a) The user shall be assessed twenty-five (25.00) dollars as a false alarm 
service fee for each false alarm in excess of three (3) occurring within a 
calender year. (NOTICE) The Police Chief shall notify the alarm 
user by Certified Mail or by Service in Hand by a Police Officer of such 

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violation and said user shall submit payment within thirty (3) days of 
said notice to the Treasurer, Town of Cohasset for deposit into the 
General Fund. 

(b) Failure to remove an "Interconnecting System" within thirty (30) days 
of notice shall constitute a violation punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) 
dollars. 

(c) Interconnection of an automatic Dialing Device to any Police Depart- 
ment telephone after the effective date of this by-law shall constitute 
a violation punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) dollars. 

(d) Failure to establish and maintain an emergency list of at least two (2)' 
persons or employees suitable for notification shall constitute a viola- 
tion punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) dollars. 

(e) Failure to comply with the penalties estabhshed in the by-law may 
result in a written order from the ChiefofPolice causing all connections 
to the users alarm to be removed from the Cohasset Police Department. 

or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town amend Article VII of the Town By-Laws. Safety 
and Public Order by adding a new Section 3 1 as follows: 



Section 31 - Alarm System Regulations. 
Definitions 

For the purpose of this by-law, the following terms, phrases, words and their 
definitions shall have the meaning given herein. When not inconsistent with the 
context, words used in the present tense include the future; words used in the 
plural number include the singular number; and words in the singular number in- 
clude the plural number. The word "shall" is always mandatory and not 
merely directory. 

Burglar Alarm System 

The term "Burglar Alarm System" means an assembly of equipment and devices 
or a single device such as a soUd state unit which plugs directly into a 110 volt 
AC line, arranged to signal the presence of a hazard requiring urgent attention 
and to which Police are expected to respond. Note: Fire alarm systems and 
alarm systems which monitor temperature, smoke, humidity or any other con- 
dition not directly related to the detection of an unauthorized intrusion into a 
premises or an attempted robbery at a premises are specifically excluded from 
the provisions of this by-law. The provisions of Section 15 of this by-law shall 
apply to all users. 

False Alarm 

the term "False Alarm" means (a) the activation of an alarm system through 
mechanical failure, malfunction, improper installation, or negligence of the user 
of an alarm system or his employees or agents; (b) any signal or oral communi- 
cation transmitted to the PoHce Department requesting or requiring or resulting 
in a response on the part of the Police Department when in fact there has been 
no unauthorized intrusion, robbery or burglary, or attempt threat. For the pur- 
pose of this definition, activation of alarm systems by act of God, included but 
not limited to power outages, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, and similar 
weather or atmospheric disturbances shall not be deemed to be false alarms. 

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AlannUser 

The term "Alarm User" means any person on whose premises an alarm system 
is maintained within the Town except for alarm systems on Motor Vehicles or 
proprietary systems. Excluded from this definition and from the coverage of this 
by-law are persons and buildings who use alarm systems which are specifically 
designed and intended to alert or signal persons exclusively within the premises. 
If such a system, however, employs an audible signal emitting sounds or flashing 
lights or beacon designed to signal persons outside the premises, such system 
shall be within the definition of alarm system and shall be subject to the provi- 
sions of this by-law. 

Automatic Dialing Device 

The term "Automatic Dialing Device" refers to an alarm system which automa- 
tically sends over regular telephone lines, by direct connection or otherwise, a 
prerecorded voice message or coded signal indicating the existence of an emer- 
gency siutation that the alarm system is designed to detect. 

Direct Connection 

The term "Direct Connection" means an alarm system which has the capability 
of transmitting system signals directly to an appropriate receiver within the 
Cohasset Police Station. 

Interconnection 

The term "Interconnect" means to connect an alarm system to a voice-grade 
telephone line, either directly or through a mechanical device for the purpose of 
using the telephone line to transmit an emergency message indicating the actiiva- 
tion of the alarm system. 

Public Nuisance 

The term "Public Nuisance" means anything which annoys, injures or endangers 
the comfort, repose, health or safety of any person(s) or of any community or 
neighborhood. 

Administrative Provisions 

Section 15-1 

The Chief of Pohce, with the approval ofthe Selectmen, may promulgate such 

rules as may be necessary for the implementation of this by-law. 

Section 15-2 

Automatic Dialing Devices — Interconnection 

(a) No automatic dialing device shaU be interconnected to any telephone 
numbers at the Police Department after the effective date of this by- 
law. 

(b) Within six (6) months after the effective date of this by-law, all auto- 
matic dialing devices interconnected to Police Department telephone 
lines shall be disconnected. The user of each such device shall be re- 
sponsible for having the device disconnected upon notification by the 
Chief of Police. 

Section 15-3 

Automatic Dialing Devices - Intermediary Services 

Any person using an automatic dialing device may have the device interfaced 

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through existing telephone Hne to an appropriately equipped transfer station for 
transmission to the Police Department. Transfer to be facilitated through: 

(a) Private answering service 

(b) Privately owned or operated facility or terminal 

Section 15-4 

Direct Connections to PoHce Department 

(a) All alarms shall be subject to authorization by the Chief of Police prior 
to being connected to the Cohasset Police Department. 

(b) The Chief of Police shall have the authority to request proposals and 
bids from alarm companies in order to furnish at no cost to the Town, a 
communications console and the necessary lines of communications 
which are compatible to the receipt of alarm signals. Each of the bids 
shall set forth the annual fee each alarm user will be required to pay the 
alarm company for services rendered, except that no fee shall be assess- 
ed to the Town of Cohasset for any alarms or cormections to the con- 
sole from properties owned by the Town of Cohasset. Such services 
shall be set forth in the form of a written contract between the alarm 
company and each alarm user. 

The provisions of this paragraph (b) relate solely to the aforemention- 
ed communications console, connections by the alarm user, and fees 
and charges related to the installation and maintenance of the console. 
Any alarm user has the right to contact any alarm company of his/her 
choice for the sale, installation, maintenance, and/or service of the 
alarm system to be installed on his/her premises. 

Section 15-5 

Control and Curtailment of Signals Emitted by Alarm Systems 

(a) Every alarm user shall submit to the Chief of Police the names and tele- 
phone numbers of at least two (2) other persons who are authorized 
to respond to an amergency signal transmitted by an alarm system and 
who can open the premises wherein the alarm system is installed. It 
shall be incumbent upon the owner of said premises to immediately 
notify the Cohasset PoHce Department of any changes in the list of 
authorized persons or employees so named in the alarm listing. 

(b) All alarm systems installed after the effective date of this by-law which 
use an audible horn or bell, shall be equipped with a device that will 
shut off such horn or bell within ten (10) minutes after activation of 
the alarm system " All existing alarm systems in use within the Town 
of Cohasset shall within six (6) months of passage of this by-law be re- 
quired to install an appropriate shut off device and otherwise comply 
with the provisions of the by-law. 

(c) Any alarm system emitting a continuous and uninterrupted signal for 
more than ten (10) minutes, which cannot be shut off or otherwise cur- 
tailed due to the absence or unavailability of the alarm user or those 
persons designated by him under paragraph (a) of this section and 
which disturbs the peace, comfort or repose of the community, or a 
neighborhood where the alarm system is located, shall constitute a 
pubUc nuisance. 

Upon receiving complaints regarding suuch a continuous and unin- 
terrupted signal, the Police Chief shall endeavor to contact the alarm 

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user, or member of the alarm users family, or those persons desig- 
nated by the alarm user under paragraph (a) of this section in an 
effort to abate the nuisance. The Police Chief shall cause to be record- 
ed the names and addresses of all complainants and the time each 
complaint was made, 
(d) No alarm system which is designed to transmit emergency messages or 
signals of intrusion to the Police Department shall be tested until the 
police dispatcher has been notified. Note: Unauthorized tests will 
constitute a False Alarm. 

Section 15-6 
Penalties 

(a) The user shall be assessed twenty-five (25.00) dollars as a false alarm 
service fee for each false alarm in excess of three (3) occurring within a 
calender year. (NOTICE) The Police Chief shall notify the alarm 
user by Certified Mail or by Service in Hand by a Police Officer of such 
violation and said user shall submit payment within thirty (3) days of 
said notice to the Treasurer, Town of Cohasset for deposit into the 
General Fund. 

(b) Failure to remove an "Interconnecting System" within thirty (30) days 
of notice shall constitute a violation punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) 
dollars. 

(c) Interconnection of an automatic Dialing Device to any Police Depart- 
ment telephone after the effective date of this by-law shall constitute 
a violation punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) dollars. 

(d) Failure to establish and maintain an emergency list of at least two (2) 
persons or employees suitable for notification shall constitute a viola- 
tion punishable by a fine of fifty (50.00) dollars. 

(e) Failure to comply with the penalties established in the by-law may 
result in a written order from the Chief of Police causing all connections 
to the users alarm to be removed from the Cohasset PoHce Department. 

Amendment to Article 37 by Mrs. Jeanne Gwinn to amend Sections 31 , 15 -2 -(a). 

Section 15-2 -(b). Section 15-5-(a) and Section 15-6-(c) was defeated by a voice 

vote. 

Article 37 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 39. To see if the Town will vote, in accordance with Massachu- 
setts General Laws, Chapter 82, Sec. 21, to discontinue the use for vehicular 
traffic of Highland Avenue which commences at the intersection of Elm Street 
and Highland Avenue and which runs in a general Northerly direction for a dis- 
tance of approximately 425 feet, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town vote, in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 82, Sec. 21, to discontinue the use for vehicular traffic of Highland 
Avenue as a way to which the public has access, over that portion of said High- 
land Avenue which commences at the intersection of Elm Street and Highland 
Avenue and which runs in a general Northerly direction for a distance of approxi- 
mately 425 feet. 
Article 39 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 40. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. . 
Chairman, and others.) 

To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IV, Appointed Town Officers, 
Section 12, Sealer of Weights and measures of the Town By-laws by adding a 
new section (d) as follows : 

The Town, except as otherwise provided, shall receive the following fees 
for sealing the following weighing or measuring devices: 







Legal 






DEVICE 


Sealing 
Fee 




BALANCES & 


Over 10,000 lbs. 


25.00 


TO 


50.00 


SCALES 


5,000 to 10,00 lbs. 
1,000 to 5,000 lbs. 


15.00 
10.00 




30.00 




100 to 5,000 lbs. 


5.00 




20.00 




More than 10/less than 1 00 lbs. 


3.00 




5.00 




10 lbs. or less 


2.00 




5.00 


WEIGHTS 


Avoirdupois (Each) 


.20 




.50 




Metric 


.20 




.50 




Apothecary " 


.20 




.50 




Troy ■ " 


.20 




.50 


CAPACITY 


Vehicle Tanks 








MEASURES 


Each Indicator 
Each 100 Gals, or 


2.00 




5.00 




Fraction Thereof 


1.00 




2.00 




Liquid 










1 Gallon or less 


.20 




.50 




More than 1 gallon 


.50 




1.00 


LIQUID 


Inlet Vi" or less 








MEASURING 


Oil, Grease 


2.00 




4.00 


METERS 


Inlet more than V2" to 1" 










Gasoline 


4.00 




6.00 




Inlet more than 1" 










Vehicle Tank Pump 


8.00 




15.00 




Vehicle Tank Gravity 


10.00 




20.00 




Bulk Storage 


20.00 




40.00 




Company Supplies Prover 


10.00 




20.00 


PUMP 


Each stop on pump 


.50 




2.00 


OTHER 


Taxi Meters 


4.00 




6.00 


DEVICES 


Odometer-Hubodometer 


4 00 




6.00 




Leather Meas.(Semi-Ann.) 


2.00 




4.00 




Fabric Measuring 


2.00 




4.00 




Wire -Rope-Cordage 


2.00 




4.00 


LINEAR 


Yard Sticks 


.20 




.50 


MEASURE 


Tapes 


.20 




.50 


MISCELLANEOUS 


Milk Jars (per gross 


4.00 




8.00 




Dry Measures 


.20 




.50 



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MOVED that the Town amend Article IV, Appointed Town officers, Section 12, 
Sealer of Weights and Measures of the Town By-laws by adding a new section 
(d) as follows: 

The Town, except as otherwise provided, shall receive the following fees 
for sealing the following weighing or measuring devices: 







Legal 






DEVICE 


Sealing 
Fee 




BALANCES & 


Over 10,000 lbs. 


25.00 


TO 


50.00 


SCALES 


5,000 to 10,00 lbs. 
1,000 to 5,000 lbs. 


15.00 
10.00 




30.00 




100 to 5,000 lbs. 


5.00 




20.00 




More than 10/less than 100 lbs. 


3.00 




5.00 




10 lbs. or less 


2.00 




5.00 


WEIGHTS 


Avoirdupois (Each) 


.20 




.50 




Metric 


.20 




.50 




Apothecary " 


.20 




.50 




Troy 


.20 




.50 


CAPACITY 


Vehicle Tanks 








MEASURES 


Each Indicator 
Each 100 Gals, or 


2.00 




5.00 




Fraction Thereof 


1.00 




2.00 




Liquid 










1 Gallon or less 


.20 




.50 




More than 1 gallon 


.50 




1.00 


LIQUID 


Inlet y2" or less 








MEASURING 


Oil, Grease 


2.00 




4.00 


METERS 


Inlet more than ^2" to 1" 










Gasoline 


4.00 




6.00 




Inlet more than 1" 










Vehicle Tank Pump 


8.00 




15.00 




Vehicle Tank Gravity 


10.00 




20.00 




Bulk Storage 


20.00 




40.00 




Company Supplies Prover 


10.00 




20.00 


PUMP 


Each stop on pump 


.50 




2.00 


OTHER 


Taxi Meters 


4.00 




6.00 


DEVICES 


Odometer-Hubodometer 


4 00 




6.00 




Leather Meas. (Semi-Ann.) 


2.00 




4.00 




Fabric Measuring 


2.00 




4.00 




Wire -Rope-Cordage 


2.00 




4.00 


LINEAR 


Yard Sticks 


.20 




.50 


MEASURE 


Tapes 


.20 




.50 


MISCELLANEOUS 


Milk Jars (per gross 


4.00 




8.00 




Dry Measures 


.20 




.50 



Article 40 voted unanimously by a voice vote . 



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'^ Article 41 . To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of $10,000.00 for the purpose of adding said sum to the 
Stabilization Fund. It is intended that this appropriation be used at a later date 
for dredging in Cohasset Harbor, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 41 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will vote in accordance with Mass, "General 
Laws, Chapter 40, Section 21, Clause 10, to authorize the Board of Assessors 
to number buildings on or near the line of public or private ways in the Town 
and set up rules and regulations prescribing the method in which it shall be done, 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town vote in accordance with Mass. General Laws, Chapter 
40, Section 21 , Clause 10, to authorize the Board of Assessors to number build- 
ings on or near the line of public or private ways in the Town and set up rules 
and regulations prescribing the method in which it shall be done. 
Article 43 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 44. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr. . 
Chairman, an others.) 

To see if the Town will petition the General Court to enact the following 
legislation, or act on anything relating thereto. 

An Act providing that notice of a Special Town Meeting is reduced to seven 
days. 

Notwithstanding the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 39, 
Sec. 10, the following by-law of the Town of Cohasset shall be amended as fol- 
lows: 

Article II — Town Meeting — Section 2, Special Town Meeting shall be 
stricken in its entirety and there shall be substituted in place thereof the fol- 
lowing: 

"Section 2. Special Town Meeting 

(a) The Selectman may call a Special Town Meeting to consider any matter 
which in their opinion requires action prior to the next Annual Town 
Meeting. The Selectmen shall call a Special Town Meeting upon written 
request of 200 registered voters of the Town, the Meeting to be held 
not later than 45 days after the receipt of such a request. The Select- 
men shall, moreover, insert in the warrant for the Special Town Meeting 
all subjects the insertion of which is requested in the petition of the 
voters. No action shall be valid unless the subject matter thereof is 
contained in the warrant. 

(b) The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by 
causing a constable to post attested copies of the warrant for the Meet- 
ing at the Post Office in the Town and in not less than five other pubhc 
places in the Town, not less than seven days before the day appointed 
for the Meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the warrant printed in 
some convenient form shall be sent by mail to each registered voter 
of the Town at least seven days before the day appointed for the Meet- 
ing. 

(c) The Selectmen shall insert any article in the warrant for a Special Town 
Meeting upon written request by 100 registered voters of the Town. 
The names and addresses of the first ten registered voters requesting in- 

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sertion of an article shall be printed in the warrant immediately follow- 
ing such article. The request for insertion of an article in the warrant 
must be received by the Selectmen within seven days after the call for 
the Special Town Meeting. 
MOVED: That the Town petition the General Court to enact the Following 
Legislation: 

An Act providing that notice of a Special Town Meeting is reduced to 
seven days. 

Notwithstanding the pprovisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 
39, Sec. 10 the following By-law of the Town of Cohasset shall be amended 
as follows: 

Article II - Town Meeting-Section 2, Special Town Meeting shall be 
stricken in its entirety and there shall be substituted in place thereof the follow- 
ing: 

"Section 2. Special Town Meeting 

(a) The Selectmen may call a Special Town Meeting to consider any matter 
which in their opinion requires action prior to the next Annual Town 
Meeting. The Selectmen shall call a Special Town Meeting upon written 
request of 200 registered voters of the Town, the Meeting to be held 
not later than 45 days after the receipt of such a request. The Select- 
men shall, moreover, insert in the warrant for the Special Town Meet- 
ing all subjects the insertion of which is requested in the petition of the 
voters. No action shall be valid unless the subject matter thereof is 
contained in the warrant. 

(b) The Selectmen shall give notice of every Special Town Meeting by caus- 
ing a constable to post attested copies of the warrant for the Meeting 
at the Post Office in the Town and in not less than five other public 
places in the Town, not less than seven days before the day appointed 
for the Meeting. In addition thereto, a copy of the warrant printed in 
some convenient form shall be sent by mail to each registered voter of 
the Town at least seven days before the day appointed for the Meeting. 

(c) The Selectmen shall insert any article in the warrant for a Special Town 
Meeting upon written request by 100 registered voters of the Town. 
The names and addresses of the first ten registered voters requesting 
insertion of an article shall be printed in the warrant immediately fol- 
lowing such article. The request for insertion of an article in the war- 
rant must be received by the Selectmen within seven days after the call 
for the Special Town Meeting. 

Article 44 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 45. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the reversion clause 
which was included in the favorable vote on Article 50 of the Annual Town 
Meeting of April 5, 1980 concerning the transfer of the so-called Independence 
Building on South Main Street to the Cohasset Historical Society, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 45 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned to Saturday, April 10, 1982, 
to the Town Hall Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the election of Town Officers. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 1 1 :45 P.M. 

ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING APRIL 3, 1982 
Town Clerk's Report 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the warrant and acted 
upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in 
by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 12:45 P.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, 
Barbara WiUiams, Mary M. Brennock, Constance Jones and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by Moderator William D. 
Weeks at 1:00 p.m. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Robert S. Pape, Nancy E. Sladen 
and Fred Howe. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 
442. At 1:30 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1 . To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum of money 
from available funds and/or by authorizing the Treasurer with the approval of 
the Board of Selectmen, to issue bonds and notes to cap and close the existing 
sanitary landfill area, as shown on plans consisting of 6 pages entitled "Landfill 
Site, Cohasset, Mass." by E. J. Flynn Engineering Corp. .dated October 23, 1980, 
and revised November 1 , 1981, a copy of said plan being on file in the Town 
Clerk's Office, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of $175,000 be appropriated to cap and close an 
existing sanitary landfill area as shown on plans consisting of 6 pages entitled 
"Landfill Site, Cohasset, Mass. by E.J. Flynn Engineering Corporation, dated 
October 23, 1980 and revised November 6, 1981 and to meet said appropriation 
the Treasurer with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, in accordance with 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, Clause 24, shall issue notes 
therefor; and that the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Health be author- 
ized to enter into a contract to effectuate the above. 
Article 1 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum of money 
from available funds and/or by authorizing the Treasurer with he approval of 
the Board of Selectmen, to issue bonds and notes to permit continued use and 
expansion of the Sanitary Landfill, as shown on plans consisting of 6 pages 
entitled "Landfill Site, Cohasset, Mass " by E. J. Flynn Engineering Corp. .dated 
October 23, 1981, and revised November 1, 1981, a copy of said plan being on 
file in the Town Clerk's Office, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of $65,000 be appropriated to permit the use, expan- 
sion and improvements to an existing landfill area as shown on plans consisting 
of 6 pages entitled "Landfill Site, Cohasset, Mass." by E. J. Flynn Engineering 
Corporation, dated October 23, 1980, and revised November 6, 1981 and to 
meet said appropriation the Treasurer with the approval off the Board of Select- 
men, in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7, 
Clause 24, shall issue notes therefor, and that the Board of Selectmen and the 
Board of Health be authorized to enter into a contract to effectuate the above. 
Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate from sur- 
plus revenue or other available funds, a sum of money to purchase three (3) 
12 foot by 8 foot disposal bins and any other equipment required by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts to be supplied to the Town personnel employed 
at the Sanitary Landfill, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town appropriate $10,000.00 from surplus revenue to pur- 
chase three (3) 12 foot by 8 foot disposal bins and any other equipment re- 
quired by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to be supplied to the Town perr- 
sonnel employed at the Sanitary Landfill. 
Article 3 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To authorize the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Health 
to enter into a contract for a term permitted by Section 4 of Chapter 40 of the 
Massachusetts General Laws, to be effective July 1, 1982, with the owner of 
the Cohasset Heights LandfQl Site with respect to the rental of trash bins and the 
transfer of trash bins to and from the Cohasset Landfill Site on Cedar Street to 
the Cohasset Heights Landfill of Chief Justice Cushing Highway; funding to be 
provided under Article 4 of the Warrant of the 1982 Annual Town Meeting; or 
act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 4 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To authorize the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Health 
to enter a contract for a term permitted by Section 4 of Chapter 40 of the 
Massachusetts General Laws, to be effective July 1, 1982, with a commercial 
firm to provide town -wide collection and disposal of trash, refuse, and garbage. 
Funding to be provided under Article 4 of the Warrant of the 1982 Annual 
Town Meeting: or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 5 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to accept Section 20A of Chapter 
90 of the Mass. General Laws for the purpose of authorizing the Town to col- 
lect parking fines, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: The Town will accept Section 20 A of Chapter 90 of the Mass Gen- 
eral Laws fo the purpose of authorizing the Town to collect parking fines. 
Article 6 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate the sum of $6,500.00 
from the sale of cemetery lots — Woodside Cemetery for the purpose of enlar- 
ging and embellishing burial space within Woodside Cemetery, or act on any- 
thing relating thereto. 

MOVED: The Town appropriate the sum of $6,500.00 from the sale of ceme- 
tery lots — Woodside Cemetery for the purpose of enlarging and embellishing 
burial space within Woodside Cemetery. 
Article 7 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer 
from available funds the sum of $10,000.00 for the final bond principal pay- 
ment for the police and fire station which was due on July 1, 1981, or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

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MOVED: That the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation the sum 
of $10,000.00 for the final ond principal payment for the police and fire sta- 
tion which was due on July 1 , 1 98 1 . 
Article 8 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to cover deficiencies in fiscal 1982 appro- 
priations as set forth below; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Account No. Account Title 

26 00 Highway Department — Snow Removal 

40 00 Bonds and Insurance — Expenses 

48 00 Interest 

MOVED: That the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation 
$38,158.00 to cover deficiencies in fiscal 1982 appropriations as set forth below: 

Account No. Account Title 

26 00 Highway Department — Snow Removal 

$ 8,158.00 
40 00 Bonds and Insurance - Expenses 19,000.00 

48 00 Interest 11,000.00 

Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 2:20 P.M. that this meeting be dissolved. 

ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
Town of Cohasset 

TOWN ELECTION OF APRIL 10, 1982 

The Moderator William D. Weeks called the meeting to order at 8:00 A.M. 
and the polls were opened. 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marks at 7:45 A.M. 

Precinct 1 & 2 

Anthony J. Rosano, Clerk Nancy E. Sladen, Inspector 

Mary N. Grassie, Clerk Ellen Patrolia, Inspector 

Dorothea Bjorkgren, Inspector Carol Townsend, Inspector 

Jean M. Salvador, Inspector 
Mary A. Fiori, Inspector 
Janice Rosano, Inspector 
Grace R. Tuckerman, Inspector 
Eileen Buckley, Inspector 
Maria R. Pape, Inspector 

The following Election Officers were sworn in at 12:30 P.M. by Town Clerk. 

Mary D. Migliaccio, Inspector 

Patricia Walsh, Inspector 

Alice Mersch, Inspector 

Betty L. Pearce, Inspector 

Dominic M. Baccari, Warden sworn in at 4:30 P.M. 

Precinct 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 
( packets x 50= A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 
( 18 packets X 50 plus 12 
remaining in partially used packets) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope No. 3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 



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A. 


2000 


B. 


912 


C. 


1088 


D. 


13 


E. 


1075 


P. 


47 



G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G and H should be the same) 

I. Card ballots to computer cerlter 

Precinct 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at precinct opening 



G. 1122 
H. 1122 
I. 1122 



A. Number of card ballots received 
( 40 packets x 50 + A) 






A. 


2000 


B. Number of unused card ballots 
( 19 packets X 50 plus 42 
remaining partially used packers) 






B. 


992 


C. Number of card ballots used 
Subtract B from A) 






C. 


1008 


D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope No. 3) 






D. 


23 


E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 






E. 


985 


F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 






P. 


42 


G. , Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 






G. 


1027 


H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G and H should be the same) 






H. 


1027 


I. Card ballots to computer center 






I. 


1027 




Pre. 1 


Pre 2 




Total 


MODERATOR For two years (to fill 
vacancy) 










William D. Weeks 
David E. Place 


926 


808 
1 




1734 

1 


Blanks 
Total 


194 

1120 


219 
1028 




413 
2148 


SELECTMEN for three years 










Rocco F. Laugelle 
James W. Lagrotteria 
Patrick 0. Morrissey 


546 

515 

2 


618 
376 




1164 

891 

2 


Blanks 
Total 


58 


33 




91 
2148 



87 



ASSESSORS for three years 


Pre. 1 


Pre. 2 


Total 


Michael C. Patrolia 


483 


556 


1039 


John L. Kornet, Jr. (write-in) 


340 


197 


537 


Blanks 


297 


275 


572 


total 






2148 


SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years 








Irene E. Brown 


468 


517 


985 


Martha K. Gjesteby 


584 


532 


1116 


Joseph R. Nedrow 


730 


562 


1292 


Blanks 


458 


445 


905 


Total 






2148 



TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL 
LIBRARY for three years 



David Chittim 


792 


719 


1438 


Elizabeth F. Eaton 


719 


649 


1368 


Nancy M. Gilmore 


783 


655 


1438 


Marilyn Sweeney 
Blanks 


2 
1066 


1132 


2 
2198 


Total 


3362 


3082 


6444 


BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 








Marilyn R. Sweeney (write-in) 
John Ridge 
Kevin P. O'Brien 


326 

1 

18 


243 
10 


569 
1 

28 


Josephine Vangrel 
Edna Towle 


1 

1 




1 
1 


Harry Trask 




1 


1 


Blanks 


770 


774 


1544 


Total 






2148 


PLANNING BOARD for five years 








L. Christine Bassett 


717 


588 


1305 


Peter Conway 


1 




1 


Blanks 


403 


439 


842 


Total 






2148 


WATER COMMISSION for three years 








Lot E. Bates 


840 


757 


1597 


Blanks 


280 


271 


551 


Total 






2148 



88 



SEWER COMMISSION for three years Pre. 1 
Joseph M. Gwinn 763 


Pre. 2 

615 


Total 

1378 


Blanks 357 
Total 


413 


770 
2148 


RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 






Eugene K. Price 749 
Nancy Sladen 772 
Mary K. Muncey 722 


669 
707 
629 


1418 
1479 
1351 


Blanks 1117 
Total 


1079 


2196 
6444 


COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five years 






Kathleen M. Conte 470 
Ralph Perroncello 453 


371 
495 


841 
948 


Blanks 197 
Total 


162 


359 
2148 



QUESTION No. 1. 

"Do you approve of the sale of the WoUaston Recreational Facility, also known 
as the WoUaston Golf Course in Norfolk County by the County Commissioners?" 

YES 460 420 880 

NO 393 383 776 

Blanks 267 225 492 

Total 2148 

Polls closed at 6:00 PJVI. The meeting was dissolved at 8:00 P.M. 

A True Copy: 

ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 



89 



SPECIAL TOWN MEETING AUGUST 30, 1982 
Town Clerk's Report 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 7:30 P.M., August 30, 1982, the following Articles were contained in the 
warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in 
by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Mary N. Grassie, Margaret C. 
Hernan, Barbara Williams, Mary M. Brennock and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by the Moderator William 
D. Weeks at 7:30 P.M. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. . Robert S. Pape, Bernard H. 
Mulcahy and Nancy E. Sladen. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 
573. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:50 P.M. by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the vote taken at the 
annual Town Meeting on April 6 .1981 as it relates to the second section of Ar- 
ticle 30 which stated, "it is further moved: That after receiving notice that 
passage of the act has been approved by the General Court of Massachusetts 
and immediately after receiving notice that the position will be vacated, a com- 
mittee of five (5) citizens shall be appointed by the Moderator, the Chairman 
of the Board of Selectmen and the Chairman of the Advisory Committee to be 
known as the Fire Chief Search Committee. Such Committee shall determine 
job qualifications, arrange for testing where appropriate and advertise the posi- 
tion in at least one locally circulated and one major Boston Newspaper. There- 
after they shall conduct screening interviews as they deem necessary giving due 
consideration to quaHfied members of the existing department. The Commit- 
tee shall then submit the names of the three (3) most highly qualified appli- 
cants to the Board of Selectmen from which it shall select one." And to sub- 
stitute in place and stead the following: 

That the committee of five (5) citizens which were appointed by the Mod- 
erator, the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen and the Chairman of the Ad- 
visory Committee known as the Fire Chief Search Committee be continued; 
that their actions taken in screening candidates for the position of Chief of the 
Cohasset Fire Department be accepted; that the committee submit the names of 
the eight (8) applicants previously chosen by the committee as "semi-finaHsts" 
to the Board of Selectmen from which list the Board of Selectmen shall select 
one as the Chief of the Cohasset Fire Department, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town rescind the vote taken at the Annual Town Meeting on 
April 6, 1981 as it relates to the second section of Article 30 which stated, "it 
is further moved: That after receiving notice that passage of the act has been 
approved by the General Court of Massachusetts and immediately after receiving 
notice that the position will be vacated, a committee of five (5) citizens shall be 
appointed by the Moderator, the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen and the 
Chairman of the Advisory Committee to be known as the Fire Chief Search 

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CSmmittee. Such Committee shall determine job qualifications, arrange for 
testing where appropriate and advertise the position in at least one locally cir- 
culated and one major Boston newspaper. Thereafter, they shall conduct 
screening interviews as they deem necessary giving due consideration to quali- 
fied members of the existing department. The Committee shall then submit the 
names of the three (3) most highly qualified applicants to the Board of Select- 
men from which it shall select one." And to substitute in the place and stead 
the following: 

That the Committee of five (5) citizens which were appointed by the Mod- 
erator, the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen and the Chairman of the Ad- 
visory Committee known as the Fire Chief Search Committee be continued; 
that their actions taken in screening candidates for the position of Chief of the 
Cohasset Fire Department be accepted; that the committee submit the names of 
the eight (8) appHcants previously interviewed by the committee to the Board 
of Selectmen from which Hst the Board of Selectmen shall select one as the 
Chief of the Cohasset Fire Department. 

Article 1 voted by a yes and no ballot vote, yes 326, no 247. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate and transfer from 
available funds the sum of $31,500.00 to supplement the amounts appropriated 
for Group Health Insurance in fiscal 1983 and that thirty thousand dollars 
($30,000.00) be credited to account 41.00, Group Insurance-Life and Health 
and one thousand and five hundred ($1,500.) be credited to account 46 03 
Group Insurance-Water Department, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: The Town will raise and appropriate by taxation $30,000. and 
$1,500. from water revenue to supplement the amounts appropriated for Group 
Health Insurance in fiscal 1983 and that thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.) be 
credited to account 41.00, Group Insurance - Life and Health and one thousand 
and five hundred ($1,500.) be credited to account 46.03 Group Insurance - 
Water Department. 
Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or appropriate 
and transfer from available funds, the sum of fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.) 
for the partial renovation of the High School Auditorium and the partial re- 
pointing of the High School walls or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of fifty 
thousand dollars ($50,000.) for the partial renovation of the High School 
Auditorium. The appropriation would be used to repair and make water tight 
the Auditorium roof to provide a new acoustically designed interior ceiling and 
to begin the masonry repointing work to the High School Auditorium walls. 

Amendment to Article 3 

MOVED: That the motion on article 3 be amended by striking same and sub- 
stituting in place thereof the following: That the Town raise and appropriate 
by taxation the sum of $20,000.00 to repair the roof of the high school audi- 
torium. 

Article 3 amendment voted by a voice vote. 
Article 3 Main Motion voted by a voice vote, as amended. 



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RESOLUTION BY LUCIA WOODS 

Whereas the Fire Chief Search Committee composed of Edward J. Dillon, 
F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Cordelia T. Foell, Donald F. Steele, and chaired by John L. 
Thompson has followed precisely the mandate given to them at a previous Town 
Meeting 

And whereas they have worked arduously and conscientiously giving full 
consideration to candidates from both within and without the town 

Be it therefore resolved that we, the citizens of Cohasset here assembled at 
this Special Town Meeting do hereby congratulate them and extend to them the 
grateful thanks of the Town 
Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to transfer the sum of one thousand 
five hundred dollars ($1,500.) from appropriation account No. 12.00 - Police 
Department - Personal Services, said funds to be used for custodial servise 
salaries, or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 4. MOVED: That the Town transfer the sum of one thousand five hun- 
dred dollars ($1,500.) from appropriation account No. 12-01 - Police Depart- 
ment Expenses to account No. 12-00 - PoHce Department-Personal services, said 
funds to be used for custodial service salaries. 
Article 4 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Classifica- 
tion By-Law by adding to Schedule No. 5 Part-time Positions the following: 

PoUce Matrons Rate $5.33 - July 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983 or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: The Town amend the Personnel Classification By-Law by adding to 
Schedule No. 5 Part-time Positions the following: 

Police Matrons Rate - July 1 , 1982 to June 30, 1983 $5.33 

Article 5 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen 
to sell, after securing bids, the North Cohasset Fire Station Building and land on 
which it is situated retaining a twenty-five (25) foot easement to Straits Pond; 
the Board of Selectmen shall have the authority to impose upon the terms of 
the sale and on the said property such restrictions, reservations of conditions 
as they deem appropriate. They may execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the 
name and under the seal of the Town deeds or other instruments therefor and 
to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to implement the 
foregoing; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: The Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to sell, after securing 
bids, the North Cohasset Fire Station Building and land on which it is situated 
retaining a twenty -five (25) foot easement to Straits Pond; the Board of Select- 
men shall have the authority to impose upon the terms of the sale and on the 
said property such restrictions, reservations of conditions as they deem appropri- 
ate. They may execute, acknowledge and deliver, in the name and under the seal 
of the Town deeds or other instruments therefor and the sum of $100.00 is 
raised and appropriated by taxation to implement the foregoing. Notwithstand- 
ing anything herein contained to the contrary the Board of Selectmen shall have 

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the fight to reject any and all bids. 
Article 6 defeated by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association 
and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate 
said agreement, or act on anything relating thereto. 
Article 7. MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 7 voted by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to accept Massachusetts General 
Laws, Ter, Ed. Chapter 40 Section 22D dealing with towing away of vehicles 
illegally parked or standing on public ways, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: The Town accept Massachusetts General Laws, Ter. Ed. Chapter 40 
Section 22D dealing with towing away of vehicles illegally parked to standing 
on public ways. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 8 voted by a voice vote, for indefinite postponement. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of one hundred and fifty -five dollars ($155.00) to pay 
the following unpaid bills of prior fiscal years, or act on anything relating there- 
to. 



September 24, 1976 


South Shore Medical Center 




$ 40.00 


January 4, 1979 


South Shore Medical Center 




55.00 


January 18, 1979 


South Shore Medical Center 




20.00 


March 17, 1980 


South Shore Medical Center 




20.00 


March 26, 1980 


South Shore Medical Center 




20.00 




Total Unpaid ] 


Bills 


$155.00 



MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of one hun- 
dred and fifty -five dollars ($155.) to pay the following unpaid bills of prior 
fiscal years: 

September 24, 1976 South Shore Medical Center $ 40.00 



January 4, 1979 


South Shore Medical Center 


55.00 


January 18, 1979 


South Shore Medical Center 


20.00 


March 17, 1980 


South Shore Medical Center 


20.00 


March 26, 1980 


South Shore Medical Center 


20.00 




Total Unpaid Bills 


$155.00 



Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To amend Article 3, Sec. 2, of the present Town By-Laws by 
striking out paragraph A and inserting new paragraph A to read as follows: 

The the Town elect by ballot in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws, Chapter 41, section 1 and 2, a Board of Selectmen consisting of five 
members who shall be citizens of the Town: three members to be elected at 
the Annual Town Meeting in 1983, 2 members to hold office for 3 years; and 
one member to be elected at the Annual Town Meeting in 1985 to hold office 
for 3 years; and each to hold office until his successor is qualified, and thereafter 
when the term of a member expires, the Town shall elect by ballot, members 

93 



of the Board to serve for 3 years and until the successor is qualified. They shall 
hold no other elected Town Office, and shall receive compensation as fixed by 
Town Meeting, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 3, Sec. 2, of the present Town By-Laws be amended by 
striking out paragraph A and inserting new paragraph A to read as follows: 
That the Town elect by ballot in accordance with Massachusetts General 
Laws, chapter 41, Section 1 and 2, a Board of Selectmen consisting of five (5) 
members who shall be citizens of the Town: three (3) members to be elected at 
the Annual Town Meeting in 1983, two (2) members to hold office for three (3) 
years and one (1) member to hold office for one (1) year; two (2) members to 
be elected in 1984 both to hold office for three (3) years; one (1) member to 
be elected in 1985 to hold office for three (3) years; two (2) members to be 
elected in 1986 both to hold office for three (3) years; two (2) members to be 
elected in 1987 both to hold office for three (3) years; one (1) member to 
be elected in 1988 to hold office for three (3) years; and each to hold office 
until his successor is qualified, and thereafter when the term of a member ex- 
pires, the Town shall elect by ballot, members of the Board to serve for three (3) 
years and until the successor is qualified. They shall hold no other elected 
Town Office, and shall receive compensation as fixed by the Town Meeting. 
Article 1 voted by a yes and no ballot vote , yes 2 1 7 , no 1 96. 
MOVED and voted unanimously by a voice vote at 11:15 P.M. that this meeting 
be dissolved. 

ATTEST: 
Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



94 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
Town of Cohasset 

STATE PRIMARY SEPTEMBER 14, 1982 



The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks 
at 10:00 A.M. 

Mary N. Grassie R Clerk 
Anthony J. Rosano D Clerk 

Inspectors Democratic Inspectors Republicans 

Mary A. Fiori Maria R. Pape 

Jean M. Salvador Grace R. Tuckerman 

Janice M. Rosano Nancy E. Sladen 

Bernard Mulcahy 
Barbara Williams 

Inspectors Independent 

Carol Townsend 
Ellen M.Patrolia 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by the Town Clerk at 2:00 P.M. 

Margaret C. Hernan D 
Katherine M. Lincoln R 

3:30 P.M. 

Betty L. Pearce R 

4:00 P.M. 

A. Patricia Barrow D 

4:30 P.M. 

Patricia Anne Walsh D 
Carol Beggan R 

5:00 P.M. 

Domenic M. Baccari R Warden 

Precinct No. 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 10:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received 30 R 

(57 packets X 50) 27 D A. 2850 D, 1500 R 

1350 D 



95 



B. Number ofunused card ballots 1125 R B. 1675 

550 D 

C. Number of card ballots used C. 1175 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards R. 7 D. 9 

D. 13 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast E. 1166 

F. Number of Absentee ballots deposited into 

ballot box D. 51 F. 63 

R. 12 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 1 229 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 1229 

I. Card ballots to computer center I. 1229 

Precint No. 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 



A. 


Number of card ballots received 
(58 packets x 50) 


31 R 
27 D 


A. 


2900 


R 
D 


1550 
1350 


B. 


Number of unused card ballots 


1237 R 
696 D 


B. 


1933 






C. 


Number of card ballots used 








C. 


967 


D. 


Number of spoiled ballot cards 


R 3 
D 10 


D 


13 







E. Actual number of card ballots cast E. 954 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into 
ballot box R 8 

D 20 F. 28 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 982 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 982 
I. Card ballots to computer center I. 982 



96 



DEMOCRATIC PARTY Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 

Senator in Congress 

Edward M. Kennedy 
Ray Shamie 

Blanks 
Total 

Governor 

Edward J. King 
Michael S. Dukakis 
J. Lakian 
J. Sears 

Blanks 
Total 

Lieutenant Governor 

John F. Kerry 
Evelyn Murphy 
Lou Nickinello 
Lois G. Pines 
Samuel Rotondi 

Blanks 
Total 

Attorney General 

Francis X. Bellotti 

Blanks 
Total 

Secretary 

Michael Joseph Connolly 

Blanks 
Total 

Treasurer 

Robert Q. Crane 

Blanks 
Total 

Auditor 

John J. Finegan 

Blanks 
Total 

Representative in Congress 

Gerry E. Studds 
J. E. Conway 
Blanks 
Total 

Councillor 
Peter L. Eleey 
Blanks 
Total 

97 



542 
3 


497 



1039 

3 


304 


228 


532 
1574 


402 
431 

1 
2 


341 

372 
1 



743 
803 

2 
2 


13 


11 


24 
1574 


254 

299 

89 

75 

81 


269 

187 

79 

54 

92 


523 
486 
168 
129 
173 


51 


44 


95 
1574 


610 


573 


1183 


239 


152 


391 

1574 


548 


497 


1045 


301 


228 


529 
1574 


553 


506 


1059 


296 


217 


515 
1575 


545 


500 


1045 


304 


225 


529 

1574 


620 
10 


564 



1184 
10 


219 


161 


380 

1574 


474 
375 


429 
296 


903 

671 

1574 



Senator in General Court 
Allan R. McKinnon 
Robert Barry 
Thomas J. Barry 

Blanks 
Total 


Pre. 1 

589 

1 
1 

258 


Pre. 2 

526 



199 


Total 

1115 
1 

1 

■457 
1574 


Representative in General Court 








Caroline J. Stouffer 
Marny Jeanette Murray 
Joan Barry 


481 
85 

1 


389 

77 




870 
162 

1 


Blanks 
Total 


282 


259 


541 
1574 


District Attorney 








William D. Delahunt 


526 


499 


1025 


Blanks 
Total 


323 


226 


549 
1574 


Clerk of Courts 








Nicholas Barbadodo 
William G. Bergin 
Robert Bloom 
Robert Owen Flynn 
Michael J. Joyce 
Elizabeth E. T,aing 
Joseph L. LaRaia 
Paul O'Brien-Killion 


168 
19 
22 
80 
26 

171 
88 
62 


174 
19 
17 
66 

22 

137 

77 

53 


342 

38 

39 

146 

48 

308 

165 

115 


Blanks 
Total 


213 


161 


374 
1574 


Register of Deeds 








Barry T. Hannon 

Blanks 

Total 


506 

343 


462 
263 


968 
606 

1574 


County Commissioner 








David C. Ahearn 
Terence W. Lynn 
Joseph E. McLaughlin 


231 
121 
213 


193 
100 

221 


424 

221 
434 


Blanks 
Total 


284 


211 


495 
1574 



REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Senator in Congress 

RayShamie 274 184 458 

Edward Kennedy 2 2 

Blanks 103 75 178 

Total 379 259 638 

98 



Governor 

Andrew H. Card, Jr. 
John R. Lakian 
John W. Sears 
Michael Dukakis 
Edward King 

Blanks 
Total 

Lieutenant Governor 

Leon J. Lombardi 
Lou J. Lombardi 
John Kerry 
Samuel Rotondi 
Evelyn Murphy 
Lois Pines 

Blanks 
Total 

Attorney General 

Richard L. Wainwright 
Francis X. Bellotti 

Blanks 
Total 

Secretary 

Jody DeRoma Dow 
Michael Connolly 

Blanks 
Total 

Treasurer 
Mary J. LeClair 
Robert Crane 

Blanks 
Total 

Auditor 

Michael S. Robertson 
John Finnegan 

Blanks 
Total 

Representative in Congress 

John E. Conway 
Gerry Studds 
Blanks 
Total 



Pre.l 

91 

61 

194 

6 

18 


Pre. 2 

59 

42 

126 

6 

16 


Total 


9 

379 


10 

259 


638 


290 
1 
3 
3 

1 
1 


197 
1 
3 







81 
379 


60 
259 


638 


289 

2 


194 



483 

2 


88 
379 


65 
259 


153 
638 


280 
1 


184 



464 
1 


98 
379 


75 
259 


173 
638 


277 

1 


193 



470 
1 


101 
379 


66 
259 


167 
638 


279 

1 


188 



379 

1 


99 

379 


71 
259 


258 
638 


305 

4 

70 

379 


210 



49 

259 


515 
4 
119 
638 



99 



Councillor 

Peter Eleey 

Blanks 
Total 

Senator in General Court 

Thomas J. Barry 
Vincent J. Mina 

Blanks 
Total 

Representative in General Court 

Mary Jeanette Murray 
Caroline Stouffer 

Blanks 
Total 

District Attorney 

J. Blake Thaxter 
William Delahunt 

Blanks 
Total 

Clerk of Courts 

Nicholas Barbadoro 
Robert Bloom 

Blanks 
Total 



Pre. 1 



378 



261 

25 



93 



328 

2 

47 





1 

378 



1 


378 



Pre. 2 


Total 







259 


637 
638 


192 

21 


453 
46 


46 


139 
638 


229 
1 


557 
2 


31 


78 
638 


1 



1 

1 


258 


636 
638 


1 



2 



258 


636 
638 



Register of Deeds 

Barry Hannon 

Blanks 
Total 



1 

378 





259 



1 

637 
638 



County Commissioner 

David Ahearn 

Blanks 
Total 



1 
378 





259 



1 

637 
638 



Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 10: 10 PM. 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



100 



TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 
Town of Cohasset 

71% Voted 

STATE ELECTION NOVEMBER 2, 1982 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Charles A. 
Marksat 7:45 A.M. 



Domenic M. Baccari 
Mary N. Grassie 
Anthony J. Rosano 



R Warden 
R Clerk 
D Clerk 



4:00 P.M. Sworn in 
5:00 P.M. Sworn in 
7:45 A.M.Swornin 



Inspectors RepubHcans 

Eileen Buckley 
Mary D. Migliaccio 
Maria R. Pape 
Nancy E. Sladen 



Robert Pape 
Katherine Lincoln 
Betty L. Pearce 
Janet MacLure 



Sworn in 4:00 P.M. 
Sworn in 4:30 P.M. 
Sworn in 4:30 P.M. 
Sworn in 4:30 P.M. 



Inspectors Democrats 

Alice Mersch 
Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 
Janice Rosano 
Elizabeth Pompeo 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Ann Leonard 



A. Patricia Barrow Sworn 

Mary Fiori Sworn 

Margaret C . Hernan Sworn 

Ruth White Sworn 

Barbara Williams Sworn 

Alice Daunt Sworn 



in 9:30 A.M. 
in 11:00 A.M. 
in 1:30 P.M. 
in 4:30 P.M. 
in 4:30 P.M. 
in 4:30 P.M. 



Independent Inspector 
Ellen Patrolia 

PRECINCT NO. 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 8:00 A.M. 



A. Number of card ballots received 
( 66 packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 
( 28 packets x 50 plus number 
remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope No. 3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 



A. 3250 



B. 1406 



C. 1844 



D. 18 



E. 1826 



101 



F. Number of absentee ballots deposited F. 96 

1, Ballot card absentees 96 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 1 922 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot boc registered at closing of polls 

(G. and H. should be the same) H. 1922 

I. Card ballots to computer center I. 1922 

PRECINCT NO. 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 8:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 2500 
( 50 packets X 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 922 
( 18 packets X 50 plus number - 22 

remaining in partially used packers= B) 

C. Number of card ballots used C 1572 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 10 
(Total from Envelope No. 3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C. 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
into ballot box 

1 . Ballot card absentees 56 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
(G. andH. Should be the same) 

I. Card ballots to computer center 



E. 


1562 


F. 


56 


G. 


1618 


H. 


1618 


I. 


1618 



102 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 



Senator in Congress 

Edward M. Kennedy 
Ray Shamie 
Howard S. Katz 

Blanks 
Total 

Governor - Lt. Governor 

Michael S. Dukakis and John F. Kerry 
John Sears and Leon Lombardi 
Rich and Davies 
Shipman and MacConnell 

Edward King 
Dave Maynard 

Blanks 
Totals 

Attorney General 

Francis X. Bellotti 
Richard L. Wainwright 
Michael Reilly 

Blanks 
Total 

Secretary 

Michael Joseph Connolly 
Jody DeRoma Dow 
Robin D. Zaxula 

Blanks 
Total 

Treasurer 

Robert Q. Crane 
Mary J. LeClair 
Freda L. Nason 

Blanks 
Total 

Auditor 

John J. Finnegan 
Michael S. Robertson 
Donald E. Washburn 

Blanks 
Total 



824 


810 




1028 


757 




14 


13 




56 


38 




1922 


1618 


3540 


811 


765 




1002 


762 




42 


42 




21 


10 




1 










1 




45 


39 




1922 


1618 


3540 


1176 


1100 


2276 


615 


424 


1079 


40 


33 


73 


91 


61 


152 


1922 


1618 


3540 


940 


928 


1868 


774 


503 


1277 


27 


34 


61 


181 


153 


334 


9222 


1618 


3540 


924 


934 


1858 


789 


535 


1324 


41 


33 


74 


168 


116 


284 


1922 


1618 


3540 


793 


831 


1624 


847 


572 


1319 


56 


46 


102 


226 


169 


495 


1922 


1618 


3540 



103 



Representative in Congress 

Gerry E. Studds 
John E. Conway 

Blanks 
Total 

Councillor 

Peter L. Eleey 

Blanks 
Total 

Senator in General Court 

Allan R. McKinnon 
Thomas J. Barry 

Blanks 
Total 

Representatives in General Court 

Mary Jeanette Murray 
Caroline J. Stouffer 

Blanks 
Total 

District Attorney 

William D. Delahunt 
Blake Thaxter 

Blanks 
Total 

Clerk of Courts 
Nicholas Barbadoro 

Blanks 
Total 

Register of Deeds 

Barry T. Hannon 

Blanks 
Total 

County Commissioner 

David C. Ahearn 

Blanks 
Total 



Pre. 1 


Pre. 2 


Total 


1028 
846 


947 
630 


1975 
1476 


48 
1922 


41 

1618 


89 
3540 


1139 


1026 


2165 


783 
1922 


592 
1618 


1375 
3540 


847 
925 


844 
664 


1691 
1589 


150 
1922 


110 
1618 


260 
3540 


1431 
453 


1220 
356 


2652 
809 


37 
1922 


42 
1618 


79 
3540 


1279 


1151 

1 


2430 

1 


643 
1922 


466 
1618 


1109 
3540 


1190 


1101 


2291 


732 
1922 


517 
1618 


1249 
3540 


1183 


1083 


2266 


739 
1922 


535 
1618 


1274 
3540 


1141 


1057 


2198 


781 
1922 


561 
1618 


1342 
3540 



104 



QUESTION NO. 1 








YES 
NO 


605 
1230 


444 
1066 


1049 
2296 


Blanks 
Total 


87 
1922 


108 
1618 


195 

3540 


QUESTION NO. 2 








YES 
NO 


1101 
706 


906 
602 


2007 
1309 


Blanks 
Total 


115 
1922 


110 
1618 


225 
3540 


QUESTION NO. 3 








YES 
NO 


1064 

735 


941 

558 


2005 
1293 


Blanks 
Total 


123 
1922 


119 
1618 


242 
3540 


QUESTION NO. 4 








YES 
NO 


1370 
482 


1074 
485 


2444 
967 


Blanks 
Total 


70 
922 


59 
1618 


129 
3540 


QUESTION NO. 5 








YES 
NO 


1314 
448 


2229 
369 


2433 
817 


Blanks 
Total 


160 
1922 


130 
1618 


290 
3540 


QUESTION NO. 6 








YES 
NO 


1315 
383 


1123 
307 


2438 
670 


Blanks 
Total 


224 
1922 


188 
1618 


412 
3540 


QUESTION NO. 7 








YES 
NO 


1224 
316 


1085 

226 


2309 
542 


Blanks 
Total 


382 
1922 


307 
1618 


689 
3540 


Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 9: 15 P.M, 








AllEST: 

A True Copy: 

Charles A. Marks, Town Clerk 

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SPECIAL TOWN MEETING NOVEMBER 29, 1982 
Town Clerk's Report 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium 
at 7:30 P.M. November 29, 1982, the following Articles were contained in the 
Warrant and acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn 
in by Town Clerk Charles A. Marks at 7:00 P.M. were Margaret C. Hernan, 
Barbara Williams, Mary N. Grassie, Mary M. Brennock and Frances L. Marks. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator and sworn in by Moderator WilUam D. 
Weeks at 7:30 P.M. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. .Robert S. Pape, Bernard H. Mul- 
cahy and Nancy E. Sladen. 

The Number of voters present as checked on the incoming voters List was 
515. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:50 P.M. by the Moderator and the 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds a sum of money for the revaluation of all com- 
mercial, industrial and certain personal property in the Town of Cohasset to 
full value and for completing residential and land revaluations as required by 
the State Department of Revenue, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to revalue real estate and certain per- 
sonal property in the Town of Cohasset to full value as required by the State 
Department of Revenue, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation $116,800.00 to 
revalue real estate and certain personal property in the Town of Cohasset to full 
value as required by the State department of Revenue. 
Article 2. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to rescind the action taken at the Spe- 
cial Town Meeting held on Monday, the thirtieth day of August 1982 wherein 
Article 3 , Section 2 (a) of the present Town By-Laws was amended to increase 
the number of the Board of Selectmen from three to five, so that Article 3, 
Section 2 (a) of the By-Laws shall read as follows: (a) The Board of Selectmen 
shall consist of three members, one elected each year for a three year term. They 
shall hold on other elective Town office and shall receive compensation as fixed 
by the Town Meeting, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town rescind the action taken at the Special Town Meet- 
ing held on Monday, the thirtieth day of August 1982 wherein Article 3, Section 
2 (a) of the present Town By-Laws was amended to increase the number of the 
Board of Selectmen from three to five, so that Article 3, Section 2 (a) of the 
By-Laws shall read as follows: (a) The Board of Selectmen shall consist of three 
members, one elected each year for a three-year term. They shall hold no other 
elective Town office and shall receive compensation as fixed by the Town 
Meeting. 

106 



Article 3 voted by a yes and no ballot vote, Yes, 172, No, 333. Motion defeated. 

RESOLUTION BY DAN COTTON 
RESOLVED: That the Committee to Study Town Government Structure be 
and hereby is instructed to examine the method by which the structure of Town 
Government may be changed or altered and make recommendations regarding 
the same to the Annual Town Meeting in April 1983. 
Resolution voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. (Inserted by the Board of Selectmen, Henry W. Ainslie, Jr., Chairman, 
citizens petition.) 

F. Charles DeSantis, 260 Forest Avenue, Richard J. Silvia, 445 Beechwood 
Street, Adria J. DeSantis, 260 Forest Avenue, Arthur M. Pompeo, 11 Ripley 
Road, Theodore M. Ford, 573 Jerusalem Road, Daniel R. Volungis, 234 Forest 
Avenue, Clark Chatterton, 9 Red Gate Lane, John S. Duncombe, 2 Sheldon 
Road, Judith Volungus, 234 Forest Avenue and John S. Lennon, 57 Surrey 
Drive. 

To see if the Town will vote to authorize and direct the Selectmen and/or 
the Board of Sewer Commissioners to renegotiate the terms and conditions of 
a certain Stipulated Judgment dated February 13, 1980 and entered in Suffolk 
Superior Court on March 6, 1980 by and between the Division of Water Pollu- 
tion Control of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Town of Cohasset, 
or in the alternative to Commence administrative or other legal actions to set 
aside or modify the provisions of said Judgment so that the Town by and 
through its Board of Sewer Commissioners shall be permitted to engage engin- 
eers and consultants to prepare and submit a supplemental or alternative pro- 
posed facilities plan which plan shall analyze the feasibility of the following: 

(a) the expansion, reconstruction or improvement of the existing sewerage 
treatment plant so that said plant will comply with the effluent requirements of 
its present discharge permit; 

(b) the construction of small waste water systems; 

(c) the construction and replacement of privately owned systems; and 

(d) the development of cost effective alternative solutions to the Town's 
waste water disposal problems. 

Further that the Town by and through its Board of Sewer Commissioners 
be authorized and directed to select and contract with engineers and consul- 
tants for the purpose of preparing the supplemental or alternative facilities 
plans and that the Town file any and all apphcations with the MDWPC neces- 
sary for grant assistance. 

Further to see if the Town will vote to appropriate from surplus revenue a 
sum of money to pay the costs of said supplemental or alternative proposed 
facilities plan. 

Further to see if the Town will vote to suspend, delay or terminate, if 
necessary, any contracts for the preparation of working plans and specifications 
for the construction of a sewer "FaciUties Plan for Waste Water Management 
dated May 31, 1979" as the same may be modified or supplemented; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: In the spirit of seeking in good faith to find an appropriate and 
reasonable solution to the Town's waste water problems, and desiring to ex- 
plore, with all reasonable speed, certain cost-effective, innovative alternative 



107 



waste water disposal solutions that have become appropriate for consideration 
by reason of changes in appHcable funding programs, that the Selectmen and/or 
the Board of Sewer Commissioners be and they hereby are authorized and 
directed: 

I. To attempt to renegotiate the terms and conditions of a certain Agree- 
ment for Judgment dated February 13, 1980 and entered in Suffolk Superior 
Court on March 6, 1980 by and between the Division of Water Pollution Con- 
trol or the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Town of Cohasset, or in 
the alternative to petition the Court to modify the provisions of said Judgment 
so that the Town by and through its Board of Sewer Commissioners shall be per- 
mitted to engage additional engineers and consultants to prepare and submit, 
as quickly as is practicable, a supplemental or alternative proposed facilities plan 
which plan shall analyze the feasibility of the following: 

(a) the expansion, reconstruction or improvement of the existing sewerage 
treatment plans so that said plant will comply with the effluent require- 
ments of its present discharge permit; 

(b) the construction of small waste water systems; 

(c) the construction and replacement of privately owned systems; and 

(d) the development of cost effective, innovative alternative solutions to 
the Town's waste water disposal problems; 

II. Pursuant to such renegotiation or modification, to select and contract 
with engineers and consultants for the purpose of preparing the supplemental or 
alternative faciHties plans and to file any and all appHcations with the appropri- 
ate governmental agency or agencies necessary for grant assistance. 

III. Consistent with the completion of the foregoing facilities plans and the 
selection by the Selectmen and/or the Board of Sewer Commissioners of appro- 
priate solutions, to postpone the execution and delivery of any contracts for the 
preparation of working plans and specifications for the construction of a sewer 
"Facilities Plan for Waste Water Management dated May 31, 1979" as the same 
may be modified or supplemented. 

FURTHER MOVED: That the Town appropriate from surplus revenue the sum 

of $10,000.00 to pay the costs of the engineering studies of said supplemental 

or alternative proposed faciHties plan, 

MOVED: That this article, Article 4 be a secret ballot. Voted by a voice vote 

that this be a secret ballot. 

Article 4 voted by a yes and no ballot vote, yes, 184, no, 173. Motion passed. 

MOVED: That Article 10 be advanced and voted on at this time. Voted by a 

voice vote in the affirmative. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will accept a collective bargaining agreement 
by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and 
to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate 
said agreement, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept a collective bargaining agreement by and be- 
tween the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association which includes 
the salary scheduled affixed hereto and that the Town raise and appropriate 
$25,389.00 by taxation to effectuate said agreement; and that the sum of 
$23,931.00 be credited to account 12-00 "Police Department-Personal Services" 
and the amount of $850.00 be credited to account 12-01 "Police Department- 
Expenses". And the amount of $608.00 be credited to account 12-03 "Police 

108 



I 



Department-Severance Pay". 

Salaries and Wages 

(a) Effective July 1, 1982, the salary rates of employees covered by this Agree- 
ment shall be as follows: 

(Stated as an Annual Salary) 



Pay Group 


Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


PS9 










Patrolman 


$16,414.00 


$16,800.00 


$17,186.00 


$17,761.00 


PSll 










Sergeant 








19,715.00 


PS12 










Lieutenant 








21,884.00 



Pay Group 

PS9 

Patrolman 

PSll 

Sergeant 

PS12 

Lieutenant 



(Stated as a Weekly Salary — 52 pay periods) 
Min. Rate 1st Step 



315.65 



$323.08 



2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


$330.50 


$341.56 




379.13 




420.85 



(b) 

Effective July 1, 1983, the salary rates of employees covered by this Agreement 
shall be as follows: 



(Statement 


(Statement as an Annual Salary) 




Pay Group 


Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


PS9 






Patrolman 


$17,399.00 $17,808.00 $18,217.00 


$18,827.00 


PSll 






Sergeant 




20,898.00 


PS12 






Lieutenant 


(Stated as a Weekly Salary - 52 pay periods) 


23,197.00 


Pay Group 


Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step 


Max. Rate 


PS9 






Patroknan 


$334.60 $342.46 $350.33 


$362.06 


PSll 






Sergeant 




401.88 


PS12 






Lieutenant 




446.10 



Article 10 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That Article 8 be advanced and voted upon at this time. 

Motion defeated by a voice vote. 



109 



Question of a quorum was raised. A hand vote was taken and there were 210 
voters present. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI Personnel 
Classification and Compensation Plan, Section 1 . General Provisions, (b) by add- 
ing after (iii) those covered by collective bargaining agreements the following 
clause: (iv) Fire Chief and Chief of Police and Executive Secretary covered 
by individual contracts. So Section 1 (b) will read as follows: 

(b) The provisions of this article shall apply to all positions in the Town ex- 
cept as follows: 

(i) Those filled by general elections; 

(ii) Those under the control of the School Committee; 

(iii) Those covered by collective bargaining agreements and 

(iv) Fire Chief and Chief of Police and Executive Secretary covered by 
individual contracts. 
MOVED: That the Town amend Article XI Personnel Classification and Com- 
pensation Plan, Section 1. General Provisions, (b) by adding after (iii) those cov- 
ered by collective bargaining agreements the following clause: (iv) Fire Chief 
and Chief of Police and Executive Secretary covered by individual contracts. 
So Section 1 (b) will read as follows: 

(b) The provisions of this article shall apply to all positions on the town 
except as follows: 

(i) Those filled by general election; 

(ii) Those under the control of the School Committee; 

(iii) Those covered by collective bargaining agreements and 

(iv) Fire Chief and Chief of PoHce and Executive Secretary covered by in- 
dividual contracts. 
Article 5 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to change the pay rate of the Ad- 
ministrative Secretary to the Planning Board, Hsted under schedule 5 of the 
Personnel Committee Classification By-Laws, (Part time positions), from $4.12 
per hour to $5.28 per hour or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town change the pay rate of the Administrative Secretary 
to the Planning Board, listed under schedule 5 of the Personnel Committee Classi- 
fication By-Laws, (part-time positions), from $4.12 per hour to $5.28 per hour 
retroactively to July 1, 1982. 
Article 6 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7 . To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of 
$14,000.00 to repair or relace the under carriage of the Caterpillar 955 shovel- 
dozer, and for repairs to loader arms and tilt cylinders, other repairs if neces- 
sary, rental of machine required at landfill for use while Town machine is 
being repaired, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 
$14,000.00 to repair or replace the under carriage of the Caterpillar 955 shovel- 
dozer, and for repairs to loader arms and tilt cylinders, other repairs if neces- 
sary, rental of machine required at landfill for use while Town machine is being 
repaired. 
Article 7 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



110 



Article 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds, a sum of money to purchase or lease a computer 
and all necessary periphals and the software required to implement a central 
computer system, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of $90,000.00 be raised and appropriated by taxa- 
tion, the Town's share being $75,000.00 and the Water Department's share 
being $15,000.00 to purchase a computer, aU necessary periphals, the software 
required to implement a central computer system and any costs relating to the 
installation of the system. The Water Department's share has been financed 
by the Town and shaU ultimately be repaid to the Town's general fund. 
Article 8 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation a sum 
of money to be added to the Stabilization Fund, or set on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

At 12:33 A.M. it was moved that this meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ATTEST: 

Charles A. Marks 
Town Clerk 



VITAL STATISTICS 
Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1982 

BIRTHS 

The total number of births recorded were sixty -five, three were delayed re- 
turns and corrections of past years. Of the sixty-two born in the years 1982 
all the parents were residents of Cohasset There were thirty-seven males and 
twenty -five females. 

PARENTS, BE SURE TO RECORD THE BIRTHS OF YOUR CHILDREN 
WITH GIVEN NAME IN FULL. 

MARRIAGES 

Total numbers of marriages was fifty-four including those where both 
parties were non-residents of Cohasset, forty-one were solemnized in Cohasset 
during the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was eighty-seven including residents of Cohasset 
who died elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset, of the sixty-one 
who were residents of Cohasset twenty -eight males and thirty-three were females. 

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Date 


Name 


January 




2 


Blake Hunt Cooley 


3 


Paul Blackmur 


17 


Maude Day Morse 


18 


Kristen Elizabeth Kurtz 


19 


William Samuel Ditmar 


Februar> 


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1 


Mildred C.Sullivan 


4 


Jean R. Winchester 


5 


Jane Theresa Brennan 


6 


Thomas J. Williams 


11 


Joseph Esposito 


17 


Labibeh Saba 


18 


Linda Cook 


20 


Marion Elizabeth Gillis 


24 


Charles Edward Durette 


March 




1 


Agnes Mary Williams 


7 


Ehzabeth Leaf Reddie 


13 


Ida May Sargent 


18 


Irenaea Slyke 


19 


Norbert V. Reardon 


28 


Carl Lee Beggs 


April 




5 


Maude V. Hickey 


10 


William J. Gleason 


17 


Richard H. Beaujon Dodd 


24 


Frank Brittain Kennedy, Sr 


28 


Joan A. Sullivan 


30 


Ruth Hunt 


May 




3 


Mary Kavanagh 


4 


Margaret E. O'Connor 


7 


John Bishop, Sr. 


11 


William Edward Tilden 


14 


Catherine McEntee 


17 


Frances A. Riley 


18 


Thomas Patrick Maher 


24 


Mary E. McDavitt 


27 


Gertrude L McArthur 


28 


Harriet F. Ladd 


31 


Alice L. Ripley 


June 




1 


Grace . Crooker 



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11 


25 


88 


2 


21 


101 


3 


12 




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84 


10 


18 


80 


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1 


53 


4 


9 


88 





6 


78 


10 


6 


82 


2 


14 


84 


7 


16 


85 


11 


21 


82 


3 


24 


57 


7 


9 


88 


11 


17 


68 


7 


5 


98 


8 


13 


85 


9 


19 


71 


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60 


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28 


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74 


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77 


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25 


61 


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6 


16 


81 


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26 


84 


6 


4 


75 


8 


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67 


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87 


4 


18 


68 


10 


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31 


9 


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6 


12 


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5 


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10 


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Date 


Name 


2 


Merritt Marvin Swain 


7 


Michael J. Murphy 


8 


William Joseph Fitzgerald 


10 


Roland V. Gould 


12 


Sarah J. O'Brien 


14 


Laura Smyth 


20 


Winslow Baker Smith 


24 


Florence Victoria Stoddard 


24 


Francesco N. Loiacono 


28 


Joseph Michael Puorro 


July 




6 


Mary A. Connor 


6 


Nellie Frances Randall 


7 


Bessie J. Donahue 


8 


George W. Brown 


14 


Anna Leland Towle 


23 


Pauline Barbara Sestito 


29 


Gertrude EHzabeth Fish 


August 




7 


Helen G. Jackimowicz 


12 


Elvin Parks Deal 


16 


Dorothy Ettershank 


21 


Norman Francis Megathlin 


September 


2 


Caroline J. Logan 


3 


Florence Carlson 


6 


Lynn Mary Adler 


10 


M. Augusta Crowley 


10 


Helen Catherine Stevens 


15 


Mary J. Delay 


17 


Elmer Percy HoUingshead, Jr 


21 


Edla Augusta Grenzebach 


24 


Elizabeth Palmer 


25 


Albin Leonard Bjorklund, Sr 


25 


Julian Sleeper Hartwell 


28 


Arline Reddy 


October 




6 


Marie F, Galvin 


8 


Alice C. Petersen 


13 


Julius Lawrence Gould 


14 


Arthur O'Connell 


16 


Nora T.Harrington 


17 


Charles T.Smith 


23 


Peter Wendell Grimes 


27 


Sarah E. McLarey 



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3 


10 


83 


4 





64 


11 


8 


82 


11 


21 


90 


7 


9 


88 


3 


23 


66 


11 


17 


95 


11 


13 


84 


6 


18 


70 


5 


3 


91 





3 


88 


11 


17 


79 





13 


66 





30 


95 


3 


3 


58 


7 


21 


86 





29 


74 


10 


21 


80 





21 


73 


11 


26 


73 


5 


20 


74 


1 


19 


79 


11 


9 


17 





22 


91 


9 


14 


77 


9 


16 


77 


7 


21 


60 


7 


30 


76 


3 


29 


84 


10 


10 


84 


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64 


1 


17 


84 


4 


16 


81 


7 


27 


85 


1 


21 


69 


10 





73 


8 


21 


75 


2 


12 


56 





23 


26 


4 


18 


79 


9 


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Date 


Name 


October 




28 


Irving G. Lunt 


14 


Helen D. Greene 


November 


4 


Dorothea Gilmour 


15 


Virginia A. Kenny 


16 


Lillian Jane Lindvall 


25 


Georgia Rose Fitzpatrick 


30 


Mary Alessi 


December 


12 


Marian R. Hickey 


31 


Albert David Miller 


14 


Helen Ketchum 


19 


Leslie Ann Haynes 



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4 


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88 


3 


11 


81 





18 


64 


11 


8 


90 


5 


19 


63 


10 


19 


91 


11 


2 


84 


5 


23 


68 


1 


24 


95 


6 


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20 


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REPORT OF THE BOARD OF REGISTRARS 

Number of registered voters on January 1,1982 4,461 

Number of registered voters on January 1 , 1983 4,950 



Democrats 1477 

Republicans 1269 

Independents 2204 

Any resident not listed in the Census taken by the Board of Registrars 
during January and February should inform the Registrars before May 1st of 
each year. 

Meetings for the registration of voters are held at stated times during the 
year. Notices of the meetings are posted in the Post Office of the Town and in 
many other pubHc buildings. 

Population of Cohasset for the year 1 982 7 ,604 

Respectfully submitted, 

Clarence M. Grassie 
Chairman 



123 



BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

The past year was a turbulent one for our office. We had our attempt at 
revaluation turned down by the state, our contractor abandoned his contract 
and a new part time appraiser left our employ after one month on the job. At 
this writing we seem to have turned the corner and can see the light at the end 
of the tunnel. 

After a special town meeting appropriated $116,800. we hired Appraisal 
Consultants of New England to conduct our revaluation. The revaluation is 
under way and progressing on schedule. The firm is very professional and they 
expect to meet the September completion date. When the revaluation is com- 
plete many of the inconsistencies and inequities that exist now will be elimin- 
ated. 

During this spring and summer, our office expects to participate in the in- 
stallation of the town's computer system , Having an "in house" facility will 
eliminate source of the bottlenecks we have experienced in the past in getting 
our tax bills out in a timely fashion. When our records are automated it will 
allow us to readily retrieve information for the various reports we are required 
to file with the Commonwealth and to find information for Appellate Tax Board 
hearings. 

Last fall our board hired Leo J. Hannon as our part time appraiser. Mr. 
Hannon brings to Cohasset a wealth of experience and the willingness to do a 
good job. Since Mr. Hannon has been on staff, he has cleared our backlog and 
picked up almost two million dollars in additional assessments that were added 
to the latest tax rolls. Hannon is quaHfied before the Appellate Tax Board and 
is well respected in his field. Mr. Hannon will be a valuable asset to our office. 

Since Cohasset started assigning house numbers this job has fallen to our 
board. In the past year our authority was challenged. A bylaw was voted at 
town meeting and our board drew up the first set of written rules for determin- 
ing assignment of numbers. The bylaw was challenged in court and the town 
was upheld. Since then we have attempted to assign the proper numbers in 
some of the new subdivisions that used their own numbering systems. 

We will continue to try to improve our service to the town and comply 
with the resolutions passed at the last couple of town meetings "that we get the 
bills out on time". 

Board of Assessors 
Brian R. Wilkin 
Warren S. Pratt 

Michael C. Patrolia 



124 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES 
July 1,1981 to June 30, 1982 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Board of Assessors 1982: 

1974 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit $66.00 

1975 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 187.55 

1976 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 174.90 

1977 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 49.50 

1978 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 257.40 

1979 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 444.48 

1980 Motor Vehicle, Re-commit 287.10 

1 98 1 Motor Vehicle , Re-commit 5 .04 

1982 Motor Vehicle 232,540.06 
Boat Excise 4,783.00 
1 982 Personal Property 1 65 ,785 .34 
1982 Real Estate 5,567,771.08 
1982 Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes 2,574.01 
1982 Sewer Connection, Added to Taxes 95.00 
1982 Sewer Committed Interest, Added to Taxes 1 ,395.43 



5,976,415.89 



Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master : 1 2 ,8 1 7 .00 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Water Department : 45 7 ,85 7 .95 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Sewer Department : 1 6 ,634.29 

Total Abatement Certificates from the Board of Assessors, Fiscal 1982 

Levy of 1977 

Motor Vehicles 592.35 

Levy of 1978 

Motor Vehicles 4,868.30 

Personal Property 113.76 

Levy of 1979 

Motor Vehicles 10,830.29 

Personal Property 396.80 

Levy of 1980 

Motor Vehicles 7,829.93 

Personal Property 73.50 

Boat Excise 244.00 

Levy of 1981 

Motor Vehicles 6,059.44 

Personal Property 109.50 

Real Estate 1,717.02 

Boat Excise 191.59 



125 



Levy of 1982 
Motor Vehicles 
Personal Property 
Real Estate 



6,219.15 

164.26 

34,446.40 

73,856.29 



Total Abatements from the Harbor Master: 1982 



552.75 



Total Abatements from the Water & Sewer Department: 1982 

Water Department 10,317.48 

Sewer Department 1 1 1 .77 



UNPAID TAXES & CHARGES 6/30/82 



1982 Personal Property 

1980 Personal Property 

1981 Real Estate 
1981 Real Estate 
1978-1982 Motor Vehicles 
Boat Excise Taxes 



47,829.87 

359.66 

37,852.73 

505,590.75 

68,639.89 

5,101.00 

665,374.90 



Departmental: 

Veterans Assistance 
Ambulance Service 
Mooring Fees 
Rentals & Misc. 
Town Hall Rentals 
Lien, DemoHtion of Bldg. 
Parking Violations 



2,312.26 

13,949.00 

2,385.25 

1,650.10 

420.00 

500.00 

32,452.00 

53,668.61 



Water Department: 
Water Meters 
Water Interest 
Water Misc. 



68,571.79 

4,668.64 

418.00 

73,658.43 



Sewer Department: 
Sewer Use Charges 

Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1981 
Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1981 
Sewer Betterments Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1982 
Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1982 



126 



3,886.36 

62.00 

40.80 

536.80 

326.38 

4,852.34 

Respectfully submitted, 

Gordon E. Flint 
Treasurer-Collector 



REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 
July 1, 1981 through June 30, 1982 



BALANCE IN TREASURY JULY 1, 1981 




$ 329,757.72 


Received from Collector of Taxes 


6,121,386.31 




Received from Town Collector 


56,889.29 




Received from Other Sources 


9,947,292.55 




TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL '82 




+16,125,568.15 


PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 91-100 




-15,378,805.38 


Nos. 1-88 






BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1982 


lES 


1,076,520.49 


DEPOSITOR] 




Lincoln Trust Company 


808,047.63 




Rockland Trust Company 


163.93 




Boston Safe Deposit & Trust 


117,479.90 




Harbor National Bank 


67,362.38 




First National Bank of Boston 


73,131.59 




South Shore Bank (Fed. Rev.) 


99.71 




South Shore Bank 


3,537.14 




Plymouth Home National Bank 


4,828.84 




New England Merchants 


545.47 




Norfolk County Trust (Bay Bank) 


667.23 




United States Trust 


334.06 




State Street Bank & Trust 


222.61 




Cash in Drawer 


100.00 


1,076,520.49 



Respectfully Submitted, 

Gordon E. Flint 
Treasurer-Co Hector 



127 



SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1982 
(Includes School and Town Employees) 



Gross 



PLANNING BOARD 




ASSESSORS - Monthly 




Marshall,Jane A. 


$ 910.52 


Patrolia,Michael C. 


1,200.00 


Total 


910.52 


Pratt,WarrenS. 


1,228.88 






Wilkin, Brian R. 


1,271.12 


CONSERVATION COMMIl lEE 


Total 


3,700.00 


Anders on, Nancy 


37.08 






Hazzard, Lillian 


74.16 


TOWN COUNSEL - Monthly 




Total 


111.24 


Thaxter, Jr.,J.Blake 


24,999.96 






Total 


24,999.96 


SELECTMEN 








Anders on, Nancy 


1,057.62 


TOWN CLERK 




Cardillo,Mary 


14.61 


Marks, Charles 


6,140.54 


Clark,Arthur 


16,869.70 


Marks,Frances L. 


11,245.36 


Ditmar,Janet A. 


2,540.65 


Patrolia,Ellen M. 


935.48 


Meallo,Albert 


1,568.16 


Total 


18,321.38 


Murray, Sandra J. 


5,746.09 






Ramsay, Marguerite B. 


12,214.65 


ELECTIONS 




Winters,John 


100.00 


Baccari,Dominic M. 


51.17 


Total 


40,111.48 


Barrow, A .Patricia 


56.35 






Beggan,Carol 


17.71 


SELECTMEN - Monthly 




Bjorkgren, Dorothea 


82.11 


Ainslie, Jr., Henry W. 


1,100.00 


Brennock,Mary E. 


69.23 


Cogill, Joanne M. 


666.64 


Buckley, Eileen 


82.11 


DiBenedetto,Ubaldo 


30.00 


Conroy, Louise E. 


326.00 


Hiltz, Lester 


187.95 


Daunt,Alice 


16.10 


Laugelle,Rocco 


1,000.00 


Emanuello,Paul 


23.76 


Mc Arthur, Mary Jane 


1,000.00 


Fiori,Mary A. 


109.48 


Weeks,William 


125.00 


Grassie, Clarence M. 


326.00 


Yocum,Richard 


1,166.62 


Grassie,Mary N. 


137.95 


Total 


5,276.21 


He man, Margaret 


119.14 






Howe,Fred 


32.20 


ACCOUNTANT 




Jones,Constance 


32.20 


Conte, Kathleen M. 


10,753.75 


Jones,Thomas 


57.60 


Marsh, Jane L. 


11,722.51 


Lincoln ,Katherine M. 


41.86 


SignorelU, William 


27,124.46 


Lehr,Jr.,Arthur L. 


67.62 


Total 


49,600.72 


Leonard, Ann 


43.47 






Maclure, Janet 


16.10 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR 




Marks,Charles A. 


329.00 


Flint,Gordon E. 


21,853.73 


Marks,Frances 


323.74 


Lin coin, Sally A. 


2,791.61 


Marks,Patricia 


225.40 


Orr,Arlene E. 


8,065.26 


McArthur,Wimam 


56.54 


Rip ley, Elizabeth 


3,234.00 


Mersch,AUce 


67.62 


Snowdale,Nancy 


10,890.25 


Mighaccio,Mary D. 


67.62 


Total 


46,834.85 


Mulcahy, Bernard 


117.53 






Pap e,M aria R. 


120.75 


ASSESSORS 




Pape,Robert S. 


83.72 


Graham, Dorothy V. 


11,472.51 


Patrolia,Ellen 


381.57 


Jones,Constance 


5,698.12 


Pearce,Betty L. 


64.40 


Total 


17,170.63 


Pompeo,Elizabeth 


43.47 



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Rosano Anthony 
Rosano,Janice 
Salvador, Jean M. 
Sargent,Kenneth 
Sladen,Nancy E. 
Sladen,Nancy 
Soule, Kevin 
Tower,EdwardE. 
TownsendjCarol 
Tuckerman,Grace 
Walsh, Patricia 
White,Rutli 
William s,Barbara 
Total 

TOWN HALL 

Sargent,Edgar 
Sargent, Kenneth 
Total 



130.50 

120.75 

77.28 

503.82 

70.84 

111.09 

167.96 

326.00 

77.28 

83.72 

41.86 

16.10 

123.97 



Williams,Robert (559.00) 559.00 

Yocum,Richard (3,211.5 0) 23,799.62 

Total (48,358.95) 445,442.05 



5,440.69 



276.09 
13,835.80 
14,111.89 



Cogill,David C. 
Conte,Garmelo 
Coyle,Albert 
DeBassio,John A. 
Duffy, John 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

- Off Duty Pay included in Gross Pay 
Abbadessa,Richard B. (-0-) 20,278.21 
Ainslie, Lawrence (2,239.45) 2,239.45 
Barrow,Richard P. (3,588.50) 29,504.33 
Cadigan,Thomas (52.00)52.00 

Cogill,Brian (5,989.50) 28,627.1 2 

(361.00) 18,783.66 
(3,530.00) 23,606.69 
(71.50)71.50 
(-0-) 22,609.73 
(52.00)52.00 
Fairbaim,Richard (3,005.50) 19,585.90 
Grassie,Frederick (2,244.00) 24,847.17 
Healy, Robert E. (-0-) 1,544.15 

Ingrassia,John (387.00) 387.00 

Jackson,Robert W.(2,917.00) 25,605.88 
Jones,Clifton B. (2,492.50) 24,355.67 
(1,615.00)22,928.63 
(950.00)23,707.30 
(104.00) 104.00 
(567.50)567.50 
(2,585.00)25,222.60 
(104.00) 104.00 
(214.50)214.50 
(117.00) 117.00 
(3,591.00)26,968.47 
Rhodes III,John J.(2,988.00) 27,214.94 
Sargent,Patricia (-0-) 159.12 

Small,John (3,114.50) 22,170.67 

Souther,Charles (136.50) 136.50 

Stewart,Brian (156.00) 156.00 

Stockbridge,C.E. (1,227.00) 28,973.24 
Taylor,James (188.50) 188.50 



Kealey, Joseph M. 
Laugelle,Paul J. 
Lee, Arnold 
Mansfield,Robert 
Noonan,Brian W. 
Orcutt,John 
Patterson,Charles 
Phimps,Neil 
Pom aric O.David J. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT 

Barrow,Edward 
Bilodeau,Paul T. 
Boswell III, John T. 
Commesso,Joseph 
Conley, Richard M. 
Corbo,Edward M. 
Davis,Glenn A. 
Davis,Linwood L. 
Finegan, Thomas P. 
Fiori, James E. 
Gurry, James L. 
Healy , Robert E. 
Heman Jr., Thomas W. 
Lincoln,Roger W, 
Litchfield, W.T. 
Marks, David R. 
Marr,MatthewB. 
McGaffigan,Paul F. 
Perroncello, Ralph 
Piepenbrink,Charles 
Pompeo Jr.,Arthur M. 
Protulis,William J. 
Runey,JamesP. 
Rosano,Randall W. 
Sheerin, James R. 
Silvia,Robert D. 
StruzikJEdward J. 
SulUvan,Emest J. 
Sulhvan,John M. 
Trask,Mark H. 
Wenzlow,Eric 
White,Scott 
Total 



Ainshe,Donald F. 
Andrews Jr., Albert L. 
Brooke, William E. 
Collins,James F. 
Curley,James F. 
Dickson,Clifford J. 
Emanuello,Dominick 
EmanuelloJPaul V. 
En OS, William 
MacNeill,John M. 
Marks Jr., David R. 
Maynard,Hermon J. 
Maynard,Steven L. 
McArthur Jr.,Earl R. 



21,369.28 

7,302.32 

21,649.25 

15.04 

21,002.04 

21,989.41 

24.44 

24,550.75 

21,146.09 

20,575.75 

26,504.84 

24.44 

6,663.98 
23,516.63 
23,576.99 
16,652.53 
20,718.47 
22,903.47 

6,768.28 

7,294.13 
17.113.97 
22,037.40 
24,023.75 
23,733.19 

8,609.42 
20,750.75 
24,358.49 

6,768.28 
18,465.88 
23,562.71 

3,027.92 

15.04 

506,714.93 



236.51 
637.54 
164.53 

20.57 
719.80 
,320.65 
143.96 

20.57 
215.94 
179.24 
946.03 
431.88 
915.18 
452.45 



129 



Migliaccio, Joseph A. 


843.20 


Thayer,Kenneth E. 


Pratt,Bruce W. 


493.58 


Total 


Protulis,Robert F. 


359.90 




Salvador ,Manuel E. 


30.85 


DISPOSAL AREA 


Silvia,Harry M. 


143.96 


Barnes,JohnT. 


Soule,KevinW. 


771.22 


Curley, James 


Thayer,Philip A. 


401.03 


Emanuello,Richard 


Trask,Peter A. 


51.41 


Gardner,Russell 


Total 


9,500.00 


Gunville, Robert 
Jones,Ashley 


WmE^^gPARTMENT 




Laugelle, Joseph S. 


G allo^RicIiBrd — __ 


18,429.16 


Laugelle,Sean 


M alley ,Ed ward P. 


205.92 


M ah oney, Frank 


Noonan,Robert 


850.00 


McAuliffe,Wimam 


Wigmore,Stephen 


20,458.44 


Sestito,Carl A. 


Wigm ore ,Th omas 


786.14 


Total 


Total 


40,729.66 


SEWER DEPARTMENT 


WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 


- Monthly 


Anders on, Nancy 


Bates,Lot E. 


500.00 


Burke,Joseph 


Total 


500.00 


Douglas,Marion L. 
Lewis Jr., Augustus W. 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 




Marshall,Jane A. 


Dennis,Robert K. 


3,027.04 


McNabb,Christopher 


Gould,Stanley L. 


510.39 


Ross, William 


Litchfield, James A. 


13,410.24 


Salvador, Manuel E. 


Total 


16,947.67 


Young,Wally 
Total 


TREE AND PARK DEPARTMENT 




Bergenhehn, Michael 


161.50 


HIGHWAY DEPARTME 


Cogill,Jerry 


3,395.96 


Barrett Jr., John H. 


Gunville, Daniel 

Jones,Ashley 

Laugelle,PeterG. 


1,711.20 

238.35 

18,297.92 


Cenedella, George 
Chapman,David W. 


Livingston 3 oyd 


855.64 


Cogill,Brian F. 


Marsh, Herbert 


4,827.60 


Cogill,Jerry 


Mortenson,Robert P. 


13,690.58 


Conley, Richard 


PatroHa,David 


1,995.68 


Curley, James 


Sargent,CliftonF. 


2,937.60 


Goff,Keith 


Sestito, Joseph 


120.32 


Gunville, Robert 


Stover,David 


357.00 


Healy,RobertE. 


Watt Jr.,James 


382.50 


Hernan,Thomas G. 


Young,Wallace 


120.32 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


Total 


49,092.17 


Laugelle Jr., Joseph 
Laugelle Jr.,Peter 


BOARD OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT 


Litchfield,Harold W. 


Anderson ,N an cy 


261.36 


Livingston^oyd 


Burke, Johns. 


39.48 


M ah oney, Frank 


Burke, James M. 


203.04 


Mortenson,Robert P. 


Douglas,Marion L. 


1,870.85 


Noonan,Robert 


Eliop oulos,Elaine 


13,177.42 


0'Connell,David 


Gardner,Russell 


25.50 


Pompeo, Arthur 


Marshall, Jane A. 


2,672.65 


Sestito,Anthony C. 


McAuliffe,Wimam 


1,353.60 


Sestito,Carl A. 


O'Brien, Kevin P. 


5,476.23 


Sestito,Dale 



130 



Williams,Dean A. 


63.92 


Total 


105,267.10 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT 




Becker Jr., Joseph L. 


2,180.96 


Bowen, Daniel 


544.00 


Cuff,Wimani 


42.50 


Curley, James 


187.00 


Dunlap, Henry S. 


63.75 


FascianOjMark 


30.08 


Figueiredo^Paul 


45.12 


Humphrey, Charles 


135.36 


JoneSjRobert 


468.36 


Laugelle,Sean 


68.00 


0'Brien,Kevin 


34.00 


Patterson, Gerald 


15.04 


Pooler,EhnerE. 


34.00 


Ritter,Harry H. 


17,189.51 


Sheerin,James 


506.12 


Silvia,Donald 


30.08 


Stone,WiUiam 


68.00 


Wigm ore, Stephen 


68.00 


Wigmore,Thomas 


2,014.50 


Williams,Dean 


136.00 


Total 


23,860.38 


VETERANS DEPARTMENT 


-Monthly 


Keating, T. Gerard 


1,600.00 


Total 


1,600.00 


LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 




Burnh am, Barbara C. 


6,318.69 


Candela,Ellen 


831.72 


Fahey,Jacquelyn 


1,612.42 


Hayes,Richard E. 


22,247.21 


Hobbs,Karen 


1,480.60 


Knight,Nancy 


8,339.76 


McNabb,Gerald 


1,403.59 


Mitchell,Joann 


9,696.83 


Pattison,Robert 


4,905.79 


Pope,MarilynT. 


9,104.64 


Pope,Susan M. 


8,635.31 


Roycroft,Lucille 


5,934.40 


Stobart,Lori Anne 


84.32 


Stobart,Staci 


366.00 


Watrous,Susan M. 


14,832.10 


Total 


95,793.38 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 


Barcomb,David 


36.00 


Brady, Michael 


399.00 


Broderick,Patrick 


15.00 


Chatterton,Troy 


7.50 


Collins,LesUe 


666.75 


Collins,Shannon 


427.50 



Colocousis,John 


15.00 


Delaney,Mark 


28.50 


Din of rio, Steven 


105.00 


Drago,John P. 


75.00 


Duncombe,Scott H. 


88.50 


Gallagher,SaraB. 


287.88 


Gen tile, Michael 


39.00 


Glasf eld, Michael 


673.75 


Gunville, Robert 


843.75 


Hart,Kathleen 


714.38 


Hobson,Abigail 


714.38 


Hobson,Ehzabeth 


714.38 


Igo,Gregory 


51.00 


Langmaid, Willy 


24.00 


LeClair,Thomas 


42.00 


Leonard,James 


15.00 


Lucas,Carla 


30.00 


MacDonaldjDavid 


54.00 


Maloney,Jack 


58.50 


McN abb, Christopher 


134.75 


McNabb,Gerald 


14.00 


McNabbjLauren Mary 


665.63 


McNabb,TaraM. 


361.88 


Minelh,Edward 


207.50 


Nedrow,Jill 


30.00 


Price,J.T. 


140.00 


Ramsay, Brian 


96.00 


Reed,Debra 


654.50 


Reidy,John 


7.50 


Replogle,JohnB. 


99.00 


Riley, Christine 


482.00 


Roy, Madeline A. 


379.75 


Seavey,Sara 


30.00 


Shultz, Lawrence 


195.00 


Shultz, Robert 


78.00 


Songer,Andrew 


135.00 


Thompson,Stacy 


30.00 


Weisenfluh,Kurt 


46.50 


Worley,John M. 


18,893.34 


Total 


28,806.12 


WATER DEPARTMENT 




Andrews Jr., Albert L. 


16,291.95 


Butman,KennethB. 


17,695.58 


Curley Jr., Benjamin 


23,434.60 


Curley, James P. 


103.15 


Dockendorff Jr.,D. 


1,132.63 


Hamilton,Frank 


12,713.55 


Kester,Kathleen 


54.36 


O'Brien, Diane 


4,281.72 


Laugelle,Mary 


72.48 


Litchfield ,Peter A. 


1,055.07 


Maree, Elizabeth J. 


11,845.53 


McAuUffe,Wmiam D. 


19,530.22 


Protulis,Robert F. 


16,690.97 



131 



Sestito^nthony C. 


100.14 


Brennock,Mary 


11,897.20 


Sestito,Carl 


9,597.42 


Brighton,Agnes 


14,732.61 


Sylvester,Randy 


4,712.21 


Broderick,Rita 


10,445.24 


Taylor, Michael E. 


3,580.22 


Carroll, Joseph 


60.00 


Wheeler,Ann 


774.48 


Ciciotte,Carol 


11,693.28 


Total 


143,666.28 


C on te, Barbara 


10,982.05 






Davis, Mary 


7,260.75 


CEMETERY DEPARTMENT 




Mulhem,HelenT. 


7,568.32 


Cogill,Jerry 


10,983.48 


Dolan, Marie 


2,232.05 


Gunville,Daniel 


142.56 


Ely, Florence 


16,009.52 


Livingston, Boyd 


45.12 


Figueiredo,Jean 


10.47 


Marsh,Herbert 


3,448.00 


Trahon,Doreen 


1,443.37 


Total 


14,619.16 


Gilm ore, Nancy 


4,554.96 






Goff,Mary E. 


1,445.64 


CUSTODIANS 




Gormley, Ethels. 


12,631.88 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


13,899.53 


Grayken,Phyms R. 


11,897.20 


Ainslie, Richard D. 


15,410.04 


Hagerty, Patricia 


2,667.84 


Barrow,Robert E. 


16,581.70 


Hansen, Maryann 


308.00 


Brennock,Henry E. 


16,079.52 


Heman,Margaret 


2,518.16 


Emanuello,Paul 


19,977.16 


Higgins,Jean 


11,112.40 


Esposito Jr., Joseph 


14,712.88 


Jones,Charlene 


45.00 


Haase,Donald P. 


14,006.90 


Jorgensen,Linda 


13,548.00 


Herbert,Richard 


2,788.21 


Longo, Elizabeth 


2,182.76 


Jones,Thomas 


15,253.82 


MarkSyPatricia 


602.14 


McArthur,William H. 


14,213.72 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


789.60 


Sargent,Edgar S. 


321.44 


Palimeri, Kathleen 


28.00 


Soule,Kevin W. 


15,440.46 


Muir,Ruth C. 


5,546.04 


Stover,Charles 


15,729.55 


Muncey,Mary K. 


2,238.60 


Thurston,Richard F. 


13,678.70 


Murphy ,Marjorie 


6,813.44 


Young,Wallace 


5,870.08 


Noiseux,Deanne 


3,235.98 


Total 


193,963.71 


Paradise, Elaine D. 


1,680.95 






Pereira,Diana 


1,149.98 


BUS DRIVERS 




Pratt,Marie 


363.41 


Brown,Paul R. 


1,084.13 


Pr en dergast, Shirley 


2,359.98 


Card,George 


526.02 


Quilty, Beverly 


84.00 


Figueiredo, Janet 


8,374.40 


Raftery,John 


30,388.15 


Foster,John 


6,020.88 


S ace one, Emily 


11,088.00 


Frado,Ronald J. 


61.82 


Sadler,Susan 


7.103.80 


Goff,Mary 


7,216.42 


Saleski,Diane W. 


8,342.40 


Langton,Harry P. 


6,173.57 


Scop a, Nancy 


6,385.19 


Lesher,Laraine 


5,551.20 


Simeone,June 


7,568.32 


Pape,Maria Rose 


4,038.28 


Sullivan, Mary M. 


1,798.20 


Ray, Thomas P. 


6,045.67 


Travers,SheilaM. 


11,112.40 


Rose,Velma L. 


764.32 


Wallace,CarolB. 


5,448.27 


Skidmore,Charlotte 


5,243.18 


WiUis,Janet 


7,103.80 


Palm, Bonnie T. 


2,470.63 


Woomer,Mildred D. 


8,872.50 


Total 


53,570.52 


Total 


328,989.96 


CLERICAL PAYROLL 




PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL 




Anders on, Nancy 


451.23 


Alcott,Maureen P. 


8,668.85 


Atkinson, Marian 


7,103.80 


Anderson,Jon Craig 


18,928.80 


Ayer,Ahson 


3,914.18 


Babaian,Mary A. 


26,658.37 


Benbow,Mary 


11,319.04 


Bates,Dorothy B. 


23,983.18 


Bowen,Patricia 


8,408.20 


Beatson,Eli7,abeth 


24,683.42 


Brady, Clare 


10,443.66 


Bouchard,Joseph K. 


24,828.42 



132 



Burbank,VirgmiaA. 23,865.42 

Cescarim,Lois 18,902.93 

Chatterton,Clark 26,554.78 

Cisneros,Kenneth 21,480.42 

Contis,Carolyn M. 14,381.42 

Coultrip, Patricia L. 23,615.42 

Creamer,John F. 33,263.52 

Cronin,Frances 1 1 ,807.80 

Crowell,Eugene C. 41,776.86 

Davis,Charles R. 30,847.73 

Digirolamo,Gino J. 35,478.58 

Dodge, Jeffrey A. 10,241.92 

Dorr,Everett W. 18,295.21 

Dunn,Kearin A. 24,984.42 

Ekberg,Kenneth C. 33,576.94 

Emmons,Ronald L. 26,585.42 

Erbe,Samuel M. 29,472.06 

Fallon,William 11,576.10 

Federico, Joseph H. 23 ,6 1 5 .42 

Fortin, George A. 24,683.42 

Franey , James E. 26,472.36 

Gatturna,Joan P. 13,369.82 

Gill,Michael Patric 16,702.29 

Graebener,Stephen T. 23,865.42 

Gray, Carolyn M. 22,865.59 

Hart,Stephen E. 34,733.56 

Hogan,PaulF. 23,615.42 

Hughes, Walter!. 23,615.42 

Kealey,Nancy 24,280.25 

KeUy,Donald J. 24,692.42 

Kite, William C. 29,655.93 

Rice,Marea 15,231.39 

Lahage,DorisA. 23,615.42 

Le ague, Anne M arie 3,115.35 

Leary,Edward J. 22,929.80 

Leary,John J. 32,283.54 

Lucas,Thomas J. 24,683.42 

MacDonald,Frank A. 24,710.42 

Magnussen,David R. 13,985.89 

Marks,Bryan E. 16,668.65 

MacDermott,Edward W. 2 1 ,480.42 

Mika,JohnG, 26,766.36 

Narkiewicz,Paul H, 29,469.81 

Neundorf,F.J. 19,914.87 

O'Neil III,Thomas J. 24,683.42 

Packard,John R. 26,206.36 

Plante,Patrick A. 24,683.42 

Porter,Anne Leshe 18,601.36 

Raccuia,John C. 25 ,003 .74 

Reade,Donald A. 23,615.42 

Schleiff,Marie 23,615.42 

Sheehan,Edward F. 29,162.93 

Streeter,Richard 37,673.78 

Thompson,RobertM. 24,683.42 

Robbins,Joan 24,163.78 



Walsh, Dennis J. 
Watson, Marilyn 
WondolowskijDorothy 
Wood,Joellen 
Wool, Joan M. 
Wunschel,Patricia J. 
Total 

JUNIOR HIGH 
Gilmartin, Stephen M. 
Total 

DEER HILL 

Becker,Joseph 
Cassiani,Joan 
Chase, Patricia C. 
Cisneros,EHzabeth 
Deakin,Frank A. 
Fox,Kathryn A. 
Hibbard,Dorothy A. 
Kuntz,Dennis W. 
Lash, Carol Jean 
Levine, Raymond 
MacInnis,John V. 
Magoun,Joanne 
McDonald, Dorothy L. 
Sullivan,Patricia M. 
Shultz, Lawrence R. 
Whitley ,Kathe rine 
Total 

OSGOOD 

Baush, Susan 
Bowker, Faith E. 
Collins,Christina 
Clark,RuthI. 
Dangelo,Marilyn 
DiBenedetto, Delia 
Fink,Jeanne 
Trahon,Doreen 
Manna,Shirley B. 
Montouri,Dorothy 
0'Malley,Jean 
Pratt,Helen 
Price,Marie 
Tewksbury, Shirley T. 
Total 



SPECIAL NEEDS 

Gallagher, Pauline 
Holmes,Mary B. 
JarviSjKathy A. 
Jillson,Antonette W. 
Kent,Genevieve 



25,594.42 
27,154.64 
11,245.51 
21,843.06 
19,146.87 
24,989.78 
1,563,547.98 



5,870.61 
5,870.61 



23,615.42 
21,480.42 
23,615.42 
16,668.65 
23,615.42 
13,830.99 
23,615.43 
24,683.52 
8,989.07 
22,898.86 
20,827.93 
23,615.43 
23,615.43 
19,890.84 
24,492.76 
21,480.42 
336,936.01 



23,615.43 
23,615.43 
23,615.43 
24,683.42 
23,615.43 
23,615.43 
17,431.28 
13,361.27 
23,615.43 
24,683.42 
23,615.43 
24,683.42 
21,480.42 
21,480.42 
313,111.66 



23,615.43 
24,683.42 
4,032.60 
18,963.01 
24,115.42 



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Leach,Edwin M. 


24,683.42 


Stonier,June 


60.00 


Power,Marilyn 


25,616.36 


TheriaultjSandy 


90.00 


Rega,Bette 


24,683.43 


Travers,Sheila Ann 


60.00 


Sceery,Dr.,RobertT. 


7,649.75 


Welz,Eloise 


90.00 


Smalzel,Margaret 


19,002.42 


Wilkin,Grace 


30.00 


Volpejrene M. 


19,220.01 


Wunschel,Frank 


576.00 


YesSjDenise Anne 


14,635.63 


YoungjEdward 


240.00 


Total 


230,900.90 


Total 


44,673.85 


SUBSTITUTES 




SPORTS OFFICIALS 




Birmann,Jeanne 


1,740.00 


Ahearn,Mary Beth 


72.50 


Blossom,Fiametta D. 


270.00 


Anderson, Carol 


46.00 


Bowers,Margaret 


30.00 


Angelo,Joseph 


42.00 


Brennan,Michael 


420.00 


Avery, Scott 


40.00 


Clark,Brian H. 


1,440.00 


Babineau,John 


21.50 


Cohen, A lien 


420.00 


Ban croft, Robert 


21.00 


Cristadoro,Carolann 


3,136.98 


Barrett,Robert 


37.00 


Dalbeck,Ruth 


2,716.08 


Barry, Mark 


1,035.00 


Davenport,Sally 


4,170.75 


Bernardo,Len 


108.00 


Digirolam Josephine 


870.00 


Berksza,Raymond 


78.00 


Donovan, Mary 


120.00 


Bessette,Roger 


21.00 


Dunn, Suzanne 


1,860.00 


Breen, Peter 


369.95 


Equi,Martha Ann 


180.00 


Brett,Ralph 


64.00 


F airman, Mary 


30.00 


Burke,Joseph 


63.00 


Riley , Christine M. 


30.00 


Burnell,Thomas 


3,447.00 


Ford,Sandra 


90.00 


Butler,Paul 


20.00 


Free, Jean 


420.00 


Bush,Kathy 


186.00 


Freedman,Elaine 


750.00 


Caulfield, Kevin 


42.00 


Glasfeld, Elizabeth 


2,099.25 


Cavanau^,T.M. 


23.00 


Green,Amy M. 


3,364.50 


Certa, Stephen 


44.00 


Gurnis,Barbara 


120.00 


Chandler, Raymond 


37.00 


Haley, Dorothea 


234.00 


Dodero,Mariann 


36.00 


Henderson,Linda 


180.00 


Clasby, Frank 


124.00 


Ingram,Susana 


1,165.50 


Cody, Kevin 


43.00 


John sen, Priscilla 


120.00 


Conley,John 


65.00 


Jordan,Letitia 


540.00 


Connell,Noreen 


33.00 


Kahl,Ada 


60.00 


Cooney, Michael 


30.00 


Kirk,Rita 


210.00 


Coppenwrath,Michell 


72.50 


Leary, Marie 


90.00 


Costello,Robert 


74.00 


Legler,Margaret 


810.00 


Costrucci,Joseph 


20.00 


Lehr,Joanne W. 


2,273.12 


Crowley, Jerry 


20.00 


MacKinnon,Helen 


2,356.50 


Dand,Rae 


36.00 


Mahoney,Mary Jo 


30.00 


Deghetto,David 


57.00 


McCarthy ,Ahce 


2,055.36 


Desantis,Charles 


50.00 


Moody, Sharon 


7,692.48 


Ditmar,Janet 


1,142.32 


Muriaty, Eugene J. 


90.00 


Donnelly, Robert 


62.00 


Murphy ,Peggy 


30.00 


DormelljMichael 


31.00 


Nedrow,Ruth 


60.00 


Donovan, John P. 


31.00 


FeroncellOjDona 


120.00 


Donovan,Patrick 


72.00 


Pizzelli,Mary 


120.00 


Dotolo,Joseph 


23.00 


Qualey, Christine F. 


90.00 


Dunn,George 


74.00 


Ross,Kenneth 


623.33 


Ems,Robert 


31.00 


Russell,Jane 


150.00 


Emanuello,Diane 


118.00 


SpenUnhauer,AUcia 


30.00 


Evans Jr.,Francis 


383.33 


Stanton,Katherine 


120.00 


Fallon, Arthur 


43.00 



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F arringt on , William 


138.00 


Murray, Walter 


140.00 


Farrow,John 


42.00 


Myers,Gayle 


53.00 


Ferrisi Jr., Ralph 


36.00 


Myers,Richard 


36.00 


Fichtner,Joanne 


25.00 


Newcombe,Faith 


45.50 


Foley, Gerald 


65.00 


Norton,Samuel 


37.00 


French, Marty 


20.00 


O'Connor ,Kevin 


21.50 


French, Tom 


83.00 


01sen,Ron 


21.00 


Furze,William 


93.00 


Palardy,Andrea 


1,316.00 


Gallagher,Martin 


21.50 


Pearlstein, Louis 


42.00 


Garrigan,John 


31.00 


Pearce,Catherine 


33.00 


Gere ty, Philip 


40.00 


Piccini,James 


37.00 


Golden,Dr., Stephen 


75.00 


Perry ,Robert 


134.00 


Gomes,Albert 


42.00 


Petrine Frank 


42.00 


Goshn,John 


31.00 


Pickel,James 


37.00 


Grober,Bruce 


25.00 


Pisano,Philip 


1,750.00 


Guenard,David 


145.00 


Pigeon, Edgar 


20.00 


Hansen,Peter 


82.50 


Pigeon, Michael 


32.50 


Hartnett,David 


251.00 


Player,John 


31.00 


Hayes, Joyce 


20.00 


PompeOjRoger 


225.00 


Hewitt,Kenneth 


21.00 


Powers,Richard 


21.50 


HolmeSjB rooks 


217.00 


P res tier, Harry 


20.00 


Hutchens,Lee 


42.00 


Reagan, Garrett 


713.33 


Infusino,David 


1,137.66 


Rhind,Jeff 


26.00 


Jakub, David 


37.00 


Rosano,RandallW. 


35.00 


Jakub, George 


37.00 


S an gster, Steve 


62.00 


Jewett,Fred 


31.00 


Saperia3arry 


37.00 


Joyce,Paul 


37.00 


Scacia^ngelo 


42.00 


Kallas,Michael 


62.00 


Schlemmer,Karl 


21.50 


Kane, Timothy 


42.00 


Sfarzo,Pat 


23.00 


Karo,John 


36.00 


Shacochis, Norman 


149.50 


Kelly, Daniel 


69.00 


Shea,Michele 


300.00 


Kirkland,Dan 


36.00 


Sheehan,Joseph 


36.00 


Landino,Norman 


38.00 


Sheets,Richard 


65.00 


Leanues, William 


73.00 


Silva,Peter 


36.00 


Lee,Ambrose 


23.00 


Smith, Chris 


84.00 


LemieuXjPaul 


30.00 


Smith,Mike 


20.00 


Leone, John 


3,796.00 


Stoddard,John 


78.00 


Livingston,Stanley 


42.00 


Stevens, Arthur 


84.00 


Lynch ,Margaret 


963.00 


Strondak,Alan 


104.00 


MacAechem,Gerald 


65.00 


Struzik,Edward J. 


35.00 


Markham,David 


23.00 


Sullivan ,Eugene 


168.00 


Marshall,Donna 


113.75 


Sullivan,James 


2,125.00 


Marshman, Bruce 


50.00 


Sullivan, Janet 


37.00 


Mason,Sid 


72.00 


Sullivan,Timothy 


37.00 


McCarthy ,Patrick 


175.00 


Tait,Robert 


20.00 


McCullou gh, Joseph T. 


1,380.00 


Tanguay,Mark 


62.00 


McGrady, Robert 


31.00 


Tassinari,Charles 


36.00 


McGrath,James 


37.00 


Texeira,Anthony 


72.00 


Meehan,Mel 


25.00 


Wong, David 


111.00 


Menard,Jean 


31.00 


Tinsley,Karl 


36.00 


Miley, Thomas 


37.00 


Trent,Mark 


109.00 


Minelli,Edward 


1,740.67 


Tuite,LisaDriscoll 


36.00 


Mitchell,Randy 


36.00 


Viafore,Karen 


99.00 


Mortimer,William 


36.00 


Waithe,Barbara 


72.50 


Mulvey,Edward 


335.00 


Walsh, David 


37.00 



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Walsh,John 


72.00 


METCO PAYROLL 




Ward,Glenn 


54.00 


Burrows,Phimp D. 


12,565.28 


Weaver,Michael 


40.00 


Gibson ,Pearlean 


1,925.00 


Weydt,Michael 


30.00 


McIlvaine,Deirdre 


350.00 


White,Wimam 


90.00 


Miller,Lorene M. 


9,549.70 


Whithe, Larry 


36.00 


Soule, Eleanor 


27.00 


Wilson,David 


20.00 


Taylor, Karen 


25.00 


Whitm ore ,M artin 


42.00 


Taylor,Ronald E. 


325.00 


Yanushewicz ,John 


31.00 


White,Eleanor 


5,538.48 


Zibelli,Nicholas 


21.00 


Total 


30,305.46 


Total 


30,252.01 


POLICE 




LUNCHROOM PAYROLL 




Barrow, Richard P. 


157.00 


Ainslie,Cora 


6,054.43 


Cogill, Brian 


156.00 


Byrne,Marie A. 


2,746.67 


Conte,Carmello 


96.00 


Dooley, Roseann 


6,018.83 


Debassio,John A. 


530.90 


Dunn, Suzanne 


30.00 


Fairbairn ,Richard 


52.00 


Jacobucci,Eileen 


3,046.29 


Grassie, Frederick 


156.00 


Longo,Elizabeth 


14.88 


Jones,Clifton 


52.00 


McNeil, Jeanne tte 


5,916.31 


Kealey, Joseph 


409.30 


Prendergast,Shirley 


11.70 


Laugelle,Paul J. 


52.00 


Ricketts,Frances 


3,684.76 


Pomarico, David 


104.00 


Ripley ,Elizabeth 


382.20 


Rhodes III,John J. 


104.00 


SalyardSjMildred 


8,546.92 


Stockbridge,C.E. 


106.00 


Sinopoli,Elizabeth 


6,208.15 


Yocum,Richard 


52.00 


Soule,Eleanor 


6,024.53 


Total 


2,027.20 


Stahl,MargueriteN. 


709.76 






Waaser,Virginia 


3,091.40 


Gross Payroll: 




Wunschel,Patricia 


2,550.96 


School Department 


3,189,187.66 


Total 


55,037.79 


All other Town Depts. 


1,805,231.64 






TOTAL 


$ 4,994,419.30 



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BUILDING DEPARTMENT 

The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1982: 

Building Permits issued 395 

Building Permits denied 3 

Building Permits voided 5 

Building Permit fees paid to Treasurer $14,324.00 

Estimated cost of all building permits issued $3,861,989.00 

A breakdown of building permits issued is on file in the Building Department 

Office. 

Buildings inspected for Group Occupancy 39 

Occupancy Inspection fees paid to Treasurer $1,159.00 

Plumbing permits issued 151 

Plumbing Inspectors paid for services $2,244-00 

Plumbing fees paid to Treasurer $2,928.00 

Gas permits issued , . 97 

Gas fees paid to Treasurer $1,285.00 

Gas Inspectors paid for services $1,116.00 

Fees collected for use of copy machine $28.05 

Total Fees collected $19,724.05 

A Construction Supervisor's License, under Section 109.1.1 of the Massa- 
chusetts State Building Code, as of September 1, 1982, is now required to pull 
a permit from this office. 

After 10 years of dedicated service, James A Litchfield resigned from his 
position as Building Inspector of the Town of Cohasset on September 30, 
1982. I was appointed to the position of Building Inspector on October 20, 
1982 and took office on a full time basis November 3, 1982. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert K. Dennis 
Building Inspector 



REPORT OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 

The Personnel Committee successfully negotiated two new contracts with 
the Cohasset Pohce and Fire unions. 

The Committee is in the process of reviewing the non-union salary classifi- 
cations. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chfford Mitman, Chairman; John H. Mullett, Edward Lubitz, Jr. .Robert J. Tis, 

Rita M. Strong 



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COHASSET CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

During the past year there was a significant increase in Notices of Intent for 
a variety of construction projects, including single family homes, cluster zoning 
developments and landfill operations. 

The coming year will be notable for the initiation of the new Wetlands Pro- 
tection Act Regulations (M.G.L. Chapter 131, Section 40) for the prevention of 
flood damage and the protection of the Commonwealth's drinking, industrial 
and recreational water resources. The new regulations are intended to alleviate 
some of the inconsistencies in the previous regulations and to clarify the issue of 
jurisdiction. All local developers are urged to obtain copies of the new regula- 
tions from the D.E.Q.E. and to become familiar with them. They will become 
effective April 1,1983. 

The Cohasset Conservation Commission would again remind the citizens 
of this unique coastal community, as well as developers of its lands, to be re- 
spectful of its wetlands and to seek the advice of the Commission if any doubt 
exists regarding any particular project's impact upon the wetlands. 

Respectfully submitted 

Bob N. Maki, P.E. Chairman; John Hubbard; Patricia Buckley; Janet Ditmar; 

Peter O'Loughlin; Austin O'Toole; Merle Brown. 



REPORT OF THE COHASSET WIRE DEPARTMENT 

I herewith submit the annual report of the wire department for the year 
ending December 31,1 982 . 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

In 1982 one new fire box was added to the system. '■ There was also one 
thousand feet of new alarm wire installed. All fire boxes were tested for proper 
operation, and painting of boxes was started. Traffic lights were also kept in 
good working condition and painted. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors was inspected by the depart- 
ment and fees turned into the town treasurer. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

Repairs and new work to town-owned buildings and properties were exclu- 
sively handled by the wire department. 

I wish to thank all department heads for their cooperation with the wire 
department and to the men who worked with me the past year. 



Respectfully submitted 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Superintendent of Wires 



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REPORT OF THE COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 

The concern of the Cohasset Housing Authority continues to be in main- 
taining and improving the sixty -four unit apartment complex. 

There have been ten tenant changes during the current year with a total of 
thirty -eight changes since the complex opened in 1975. 

Mrs. Yolanda Baccari retired upon completion of two five year terms to 
which she was elected. Mr. Ralph Perroncello was elected to fill the vacancy. 

Mr. George Benedict III retired as Chairman after a five year term as the 
governor's appointee. Mr. Lloyd Prescott was appointed Chairman by the Co- 
hasset Housing Board. Mr. Leo Happenny was appointed by the governor and 
became a member of the Board in September. 

The Authority wishes to express its thanks to all of the town organizations 
and individuals who have helped this community during theyear. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lloyd W. Prescott, Chairman; John D. Muncey, Vice-Chairman; Marguerite 
Libby, Treasurer; Ralph Perroncello, Assistant Treasurer; Leo Happenny, 
Assistant Secretary. 



DOG OFFICER 

Dog Officers Report for the year ending December 3 1 , 1982. 

Total calls 402 

Complaints received and investigated 105 

Dogs impounded 27 

Calls regarding lost animals and general information 297 

I would like to remind all dog owners to license their dogs starting April 
first of each year. 

I also would like to remind all dog owners that no dogs have permission to 
run upon the streets of Cohasset and that as dog owners your cooperation is 
needed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard Yocum 
Dog Officer 



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REPORT OF THE HARBORMASTER 

Once again it becomes necessary to advise boat owners not to increase the 
size of their boat without first obtaining permission to do so. You just can't 
put a 30' boat on a 25' berth. 

It has become necessary to order boats out of the harbor that have not fol- 
lowed waiting list procedures. It was voted by the Selectmen that the oldest 
date on an application for a mooring berth will be the determining factor in 
assigning that berth. No longer will a berth be assigned by boat length. 

The Department, along with the Harbor Study Committee has spent many 
hours this past year trying to update the fishermen's pier at Government Island. 
A contract has been awarded to Anderson Nichols for preliminary plans and 
specifications. The present facilities are outdated and cannot handle the in- 
creased volume of pots and larger boats. 

With deep regret, it must be reported that Peter Grimes, a local lobsterman, 
drowned just outside the harbor when his 23' boat capsized on October 23rd. 
He had been fishing approximately two years and was well liked. It can't be 
emphasized enough to always use good boating safety precautions. The sea can 
become treacherous at times. Peter will be missed by all. 

It is hoped that when the Lawrence Wharf floats go out, a new runway will 
be completed. 

It is the cooperation of all Town Departments that makes Cohasset what it 
is, and I am deeply grateful for willing assistance whenever it was needed. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harry H. Ritter 
Harbormaster 



COHASSET HARBOR COMMITTEE 
1 982 Annual Report to the Town 

Two major projects were undertaken by the Harbor Committee in 1982. 
The first was to review the operating procedures that were currently in place for 
the harbor and to recommend changes for more efficient harbor management. 
In this same area the concept of fees for users of the harbor was examined in 
order to bring our practices closer to similar and neighboring Massachusetts har- 
bors. In both these areas recommendations were made to the Selectmen by the 
committee. The Selectmen have acted on them and changes to existing pro- 
cedures will be brought before the Town Meeting early in 1983. 

The second major project in 1982 was to begin planning for the improve- 
ment to Fisherman's Pier on Government Island as outlined in the Harbor Master 
Plan of 1980. A federal grant was won by the town to provide funds for the 
planning study. A consultant was selected by competitive bidding to assist the 
town in developing preliminary plans in accordance with federal and state regu- 
lations. At the end of 1982 the engineering and environmental work is in pro- 
gress and a search is underway for grant funds to complete the design and con- 
struct the new pier. Town meeting action for this funding effort is anticipated 



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in 1983 and 1984. 

The main problem for the harbor continues to be the numerous people on 
the waiting list to moor their boats in our thirty-four acre area. Increasing the 
number of boats through such projects as marinas and more numerous floats 
and piers is forestalled by inadequate shoreside facilities such as parking areas, 
access piers, and roadways. In all other respects the harbor is in scale with the 
town and remains one of our most valuable and handsome assets. 

Respectfully sumbitted, 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

The Board of Health has been operating under the direction of a new Health 
Agent since April 1, 1982. Elaine Eliopoulos was hired in both the capacity of 
Health Agent and Inspector of Animals. In April 1982, Marilyn Sweeney was 
re-elected to the Board to serve for three years. 

As reported in the 1981 Annual Report, one of the major concerns of the 
Board was the need for expansion of the Town's landfill located on Cedar Street. 
After a troublesome bidding procedure, a bid was received which was within the 
amount of money appropriated at the town meeting. Capping of the existing 
operating area and expansion of a new area commenced in September and is 
completed, except for seeding which will be done in the spring of 1983. 

Along with the extensive restructuring of the landfill site, the Board, follow- 
ing the vote purchased three refuse containers presently in use at the landfill. 
This new type of operation requires that the townspeople deposit their trash 
into the large red containers, located near the recycling area. When the con- 
tainers are full, the operator utilizes the CAT 955 shovel dozer to lift the con- 
tainer and carry it to the new operating area, where it is emptied. Daily the 
trash is compacted and covered, thus prohibiting the infiltration of water which 
could lead to a future leachate problem. The use of the containers enables the 
operator to work in small confined "cells" which facilitates a greater compaction 
rate, and ultimately means a longer lifespan for the landfill. 

The Board voted to institute mandatory newspaper recycling which is now 
in effect. We also continue to encourage the recycling of glass and aluminum. 
Plans are currently in progress regarding the estabHshment of a waste-oil recycl- 
ing program so that "do-it-yourself mechanics may deposit their used oil in a 
way which does not harm the environment. A special area is also planned for 
the deposit of wood - for use as firewood, or wood chips. 

In addition to the Board's involvement in the Cedar Street landfill, much 
work has been done in attempts to monitor the privately owned landfill in town. 
The magnitude of that operation requires constant and careful supervision to 
ensure compliance with D.E.Q.E. approved operating plans. The Board has been 
working toward the installation of a scale at the site, so that the townspeople 
may be assured that the mandate reimbursement accurately is assessed. These 
monies are deposited into the Town's reserve fund, which provides assistance to 
all Town Departments. 

Although much of the Board's energies over the past year have been direct- 
ed toward solid waste issues, we have also been involved in more extensive in- 

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specting of the town's food-related establishments. By law, each food establish- 
ment must be inspected twice annually. The Board has been diligent in this area 
and required swift remediation of any sanitary code violations found. We have 
met with cooperation and interest from the proprietors of these estabUshments. 
Plans are in progress for a foodhandler's sanitation seminar to be held within the 
first few months of 1983 . 

With regard to subsurface disposal, repairs to existing systems have almost 
doubled in the past year, due to the Board's commitment in working with the 
homeowner to resolve effluent discharge problems. Also, we have attempted to 
provide information regarding the care and maintenance of a system to those 
homeowners who request our guidance. In our office, we have informational 
pamphlets available for interested citizens. 

In the past year, the Board, in conjunction with the State Childhood Lead 
Poisoning Prevention Program, has been working with the providers of family 
day care to eliminate dangerous levels of lead in the primary play areas used by 
the children. The State has been helpful in providing technical assistance to the 
Board. Through media releases, we have attempted to provide useful informa- 
tion and education regarding the prevention of lead paint poisoning of children 
and animals. 

Inspection of animals and their housing has been ongoing throughout the 
year. Follow-up on immunization requirements for horses and cleft-hoofed live- 
stock has been performed to ensure the continued health and safety of all 
animals in the town. In the upcoming year we hope to strengthen our monitor- 
ing of the animals. 

During the year the Board reviewed its fee schedule to bring it up-to-date 
and comparable with other towns. This change has resulted in increased reven- 
ues to the town. 

The Board also updated some of its rules and regulations. These are avail- 
able for citizens perusal at the Board of Health Office. 

Annual Statistics 

Subsurface Disposal Activities 

Disposal Works Construction Permits (new) 10 

Disposal Works Construction Permits (repair/alter) 3 1 

Percolation Tests 17 

Installer's permits 17 

Septage Handler's permits , 7 

Animals 

Dog bite reports 14 

Horse permits 52 

Stable permits 10 

Goat permits 2 

Sheep permits 1 

Food Pennits 

Catering 3 

Food Service 10 

Retail Food 8 

Milk and cream 1 1 

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SoUd Waste 

Trash hauler permits 

Misc^Uaneous 

Pool License 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elaine M. EHopoulos 
Health Agent, Inspector of Animals 



REPORT OF RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

MEMBERS: B. Kern, A. Lehr, M. Brown, J. Hubbard 
Accomplishments in 1982: 



1. Revenue Received: 



1982 1981 



Glass $2004 $1255 

Aluminum 420 105 

♦Paper 439 (2 tons) 895 (198 tons) 

♦Money received from paper goes to Boy Scouts unless over $1500. 

2. Recycling area was regraded and the dumpsters were relocated for more 
efficient operation. Signs were made and erected by Boy Scouts and Mr. 
Brown and Mr. Lehr. They also moved partition in glass dumpster for pro- 
per color distribution. 

3 . $ 1 84 expended to repair glass crusher. 

4. A. Lehr made an aluminum can crusher. He and Mr. Brown often help Ken 
Thayer crush cans. We are looking for volunteers to help here - good way to 
build muscles for football players (TV or real!) 

5. Tree Department has brought wood chips to area and will continue to do so 
to dress up and also for public use. 

6. Ken Thayer is doing a great job as monitor. 

The Future 

1 . We do not know how the bottle bill will impact our recycling area. Reduc- 
tion in bottles may be balanced by increase in paper recycling unfortunately 
not balanced revenue. 

2. Soon area will be set up to accept used motor oil. We have container and 
there are a number of firms interested in pick-up. 

3. We should look into purchasing glass dumpster as our rent is $21 /week! 
A. Lehr and J. Hubbard will investigate. 

4. What about whiteware, copper and brass?! 

Respectfully submitted, 
Jack Hubbard 



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REPORT OF THE SOCIAL SERVICE LEAGUE BOARD OF HEALTH 
NURSING SERVICES 1982 

The Social Service League under contract with the Board of Health offers 
public health nursing services to the town residents. These services include 
family health, disease control and health promotion. The League office at 16 
Highland Avenue is open for blood pressure screening, urine testing, T.B. testing 
and general health consultation, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8 to 9 ajn. 
and 12 to 1 p.m. 

The Keep-Well Clinics are held on a regular monthly schedule. Additional 
clinics available to the residents were: "Food Handlers" T.B. Clinics, C.P.R. 
Choke-Saver technique clinic. Breast Screening Clinic, and Flu and Tetanus 
Clinics. The League participated in a Cancer Prevention Study II program last 
Fall. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with Elaine Eliopoulos and the 
Board of Health. 

We are grateful to the volunteers of the Social Service League for their 
continued service and assistance. 





Sessions 


Visits/Tests 


Flu Immunization Clinics 
Keep-Well Clinics 
Hypertension Screening 
TB Testing 
TB Clinics 
Disease Control 
Health Promotion 


2 
20 
on-going program 
on-going program 

2 
on-going program 
on-going program 


190 
418 

139 

216 home 

565 office 


Tetanus Clinic 

CPR Choke Saver technique 

clinic 
Breast Clinic 




total 781 
14 

20 
9 

Margaret Loud 
Public Health Nurse 



REPORT OF THE TREE AND PARK DEPARTMENT 

The Tree and Park Department has had a very busy year in regard to the 
Gypsy Moth problem. I feel, however, it has reached its peak and is on a down- 
ward trend. We also had a busy year in regards to maintenance of lawns, trees 
and road side areas. 

The Tree and Park-in conjunction with the Highway Department, are en- 
larging Woodside Cemetery for grave lots which was voted for by the Town 
Meeting in 1982. This will benefit the town as we are in need of cemetery lots. 

I wish to especially thank the Highway and Wire Departments for their 



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cooperation during this year and a special thanks to other departments and the 
men of the Tree and Park and Cemetery. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Peter G. Laugelle 
Tree and Park Superintendent 



REPORT ON COUNCIL ON THE AGING 

Open meetings of the Council are held every second Tuesday of the month 
at 10 a. m. at the Parish House of the First Parish Church. The nine volunteer 
member board meet to discuss plans for the welfare of a very important segment 
of the town's population — the elderly. 

The following programs and activities are made possible through the efforts 
of the Council, the Social Service League, and over one hundred dedicated vol- 
unteers. 

NUTRITION: The Meals on Wheels program, serving approxunately 4,000 
meals per year, is supervised by volunteers from the Social Service League. 
Meals are delivered six days a week to the homes of the elderly who need assis- 
tance. Special diets are arranged when necessary. There is a nominal fee of 
$1.55 per meal, but financial aid is available. The actual cost of the meal, pre- 
pared by the Red Lion Inn is $2.00. The Council pays the difference. 

In addition, lunches prepared at the High School are served every Tuesday 
during the school year at the Parish House at 12:15 p.m. Over 800 meals were 
served by volunteers from St. Anthony's, St. Stephen's, Second Congregational 
and First Parish Church. Those interested should call 383-1100 by Monday 
noon. Lunch is $1.40. 

TRANSPORTATION: The Senior Shuttle Bus makes approximately 100 trips 
each week to the shopping plazas, medical offices, and various functions. Addi- 
tional drivers are needed on Sundays for the church trips. 

For information on the bus schedule, consult the Vista or call 383-0821. 

INFORMATION: A Council newsletter, sponsored monthly, the Vista, is mailed 
to 325 homes each month. To receive this news of upcoming social, educational 
and recreational activities, call 383-1 100 weekday mornings. 

RECREATION: Two bus trips a year are sponsored by the Council. The Coun- 
cil works closely with the 60+ Club and its 200 members. The 60+ Club meets 
on the third Thursday of each month at the Parish House. 

Along with ten other South Shore communities, Cohasset is a participant in 
the South Shore Elder Services corporation, 430 South Main Street, Cohasset. 
This Area Agency on Aging is under the aegis of the Department of Elder 
Affairs of Massachusetts and is concerned with all aspects of care for the elderly. 
This year the Social Service League was the recipient of another grant from this 
organization. 



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Respectfully submitted, 

Alice G. Daunt 
Secretary 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman Helen Hooper, Rep, SocServ. League 

Helen BaubMy .Housing Representative Betty Enders, Coordinator Tuesday 
Mice D^iunt, Secretary Luncheons 

Marion Fallon , President, 60+ Club Malcolm Onwood, Director, Shuttle Bus 

George Fellows, Treasurer 

Dorothy Morse, Chairman of Vista 

John y\M\\ei, Publicity 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COHASSET HISTORICAL 
COMMISSION - 1982 

This year the Historical Commission has continued its Survey of the Histori- 
cal Assets of Cohasset, an ongoing project now broadened to include significant 
examples of architecture dating from the Town's Greek Revival and Victorian 
architectural eras. 

Work has continued on the project of nominating certain properties within 
Cohasset to the National Register of Historic Places. Cohasset has a number of 
noteworthy examples of early American architecture having both regional and 
national significance, and it is the Commission's desire to see them given the 
acclaim they richly deserve. One of the primary functions of the Commission 
is to initiate and advise upon efforts directed toward preservation of historically 
valuable buildings within Cohasset. 

Another continuing project of the Commission has been to identify histori- 
cally interesting points at various places throughout the Town. Small signs have 
been carved by member Herbert Marsh and we hope to place them at appro- 
priate locations in the near future. 

Work also has continued on the Commission's planned Captain's Walk at 
Cohasset Harbor. When completed, this project will identify with a series of 
durable signs some of the points of historical interest along the edges of the 
Harbor. Planning for the Captain's Walk has been ably undertaken by Patricia 
Murphy, and camera-ready artwork is being done by Robert Sweeney; both of 
whom are interested citizens. We are hoping the short walk, extending from 
Government Island to Margin Street, will give greater appreciation of the rich 
heritage of the Cohasset Harbor area. 

During 1982 the Commission took an active role in attempts to minimize 
damage to the structure of the old Beechwood Fire Station pending its transfer 
to private ownership and has provided information to the new owners of the 
building to assist them in restoration of its original exterior. 

The primary purpose of the Cohasset Historical Commission is to help 
preserve the character and flavor of the Town. We welcome concerned citizens 
to our meetings and encourage public participation. Our regular meetings are 
held on the second Monday of each month. We are particularly interested in 
worthwhile new projects concerned with restoration, identification and preser- 
vation. 



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Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth Enders, Secretary, Herbert Marsh, Grace Tuckerman, Mary Fleming, 
Roger Leoanrd, David Wadsworth and Noel Ripley, Chairman. 



REPORT OF THE SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

The various weighing and measuring devices in the Town of Cohasset have 
been carefully tested and 99 were sealed. Three (3) were not sealed and were 
put out of service. 

The amount of $390.50 was collected as sealing fees and paid to the Town 
Treasurer. 

Items in retail stores were checked, (for unit pricing) 

Several items were reweighed to determine if they were the correct weight. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Lot E. Bates 
Sealer of Weights and Measures 



HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

I am pleased to submit the following summary of work performed by my 
department during the past year. 

As usual, during the months of January, February and March, our depart- 
ment was kept busy with snow and ice removal. Early in April, the unexpected 
Spring blizzard was handled well and efficiently, with no major disruptions in 
services. As soon as weather permitted, our street-sweeping program was put 
into operation. All streets and roadways were swept several times during this 
program. All catch basins were cleaned of winter debris. 

During the summer months in various parts of town, we installed a total of 
400 feet of various size pipe, 9 new catch basins and repaired 16 catch basins. 
We resurfaced 1,340 feet of sidewalks in different sections of town. Using 395 
tons of Type I asphalt, we grader-patched several sections of roads in different 
areas. We used 7,150 gallons of MC800 for surface treatment on various streets. 
I consider this an important aspect of over-all road maintenance. This type of 
hot oil application adds greatly to the life of the existing pavement. 

Our resurfacing program was entirely funded by the State through Chapter 
90, which involves a great deal of red tape and paper work. We applied immedi- 
ately for the state money, but did not finally receive official approval untU mid- 
August. We advertised for bids immediately, but due to a mix-up by one of the 
bidders, the first bids were discarded and the job advertised again. Finally, in 
early October, the contract was awarded to the low bidder - a contractor with 
whom the Town had no prior experience. After much delay and many tele- 
phone calls, the contractor finally commenced preparatory work on November 
1 . This work consisted of raising all catch basins and manholes on the roads to 
be resurfaced. The actual paving began on November 12, and was not completed 

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by the contractor until December 6. I would like, at this time, to point out 
that this delay and any inconveniences were not caused by the Highway Depart- 
ment, but was entirely the responsibility of the contractor. This is one disad- 
vantage of utilizing state monies. Instead of being able to award a contract to a 
contractor already proven and experienced with dealing with the Town, state 
law mandates the contract must be awarded to the 'lowest bidder". 

We applied for and were awarded a $1,000.00 grant from the Governor's 
Highway Safety Bureau for the purchase of a vandal-resistant-sign-fastener kit. 
We took delivery of this kit and immediately put it into use. I feel this will go 
a long way in reducing the cost of replacement and repairs of signs damaged by 
vandals. 

At last year's Town Meeting, funds were allocated for a major repair job 
on the culvert crossing Doane Street. Through the efforts of the Chairman of 
the Board of Selectman, Henry Ainslie, we were able to obtain the services of 
the Norfolk County Engineers, namely Al Downs and Wayne Simpson. These 
two men have been invaluable. They attended many meetings, mostly at night, 
and were always ready to offer any assistance they could. After many meet- 
ings and consultations, they succeeded in drawing up all the plans and specifica- 
tions needed for this project. They also plan to work right along with our de- 
partment during the actual construction. All this at no additional cost to the 
town. Unfortunately, one of the local residents of Doane Street was dissatisfied 
with the Orders of Conditions issued by the Conservation Commission. He 
appealed to the D.E.Q.E. As of this writing we have not received a decision on 
this appeal. Therefore, it is impossible to predict when this most important re- 
pair project will commence. 

In October, after seven years of faithful and conscientious service to the 
Town and our department, George Cenedella retired. I wish to take this oppor- 
tunity to publically thank him and wish him well on his retirement. 

My sincere thanks to members of other town departments for their cooper- 
ation during this past year. My special thanks to the men of my department for 
their continued fine work and cooperation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harold W. Litchfield 
Highway Surveyor 



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REPORT OF THE 
TRUSTEES OF THE PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Throughout 1982, the Library continued to enjoy the support of towns- 
people and also many favorable comments regarding the quality of Library ser- 
vices. The continuing quality of these services depends, as in past years, on 
excellent contributions from three groups which are vital to the success and 
acceptance of the Library. 

First, the professional staff supported by the clerks and pages. All of these 
maintain a high standard of expertise, courtesy and interested helpfulness. 
Second, the invaluable contribution of time and money by the Friends of the 
Cohasset Library . The volunteers are most faithful in appearing for their tours 
and proficient in fulfilling their duties. Throughout the year, the Friends have 
been energetic in raising money and generous in giving equipment, museum 
passes and other important items to the Library. Third, the Trustees have shown 
by their keen interest and in their regular exercise of their responsibilities that 
the Library and all its resources will continue to play a key role in the quality 
of life in Cohasset. 

A vital element of Library operations, therefore, is comprised of people - 
an indispensable asset. We have also been prudent in our budget process and in 
expending funds. In the current era of tight financing, we will continue to look 
for new sources of funds - grants, donations, bequests - and new ways to reduce 
expenses - regional sharing, computerization and regular review of services. 

Of many issues considered by the Trustees during the year, two should be 
mentioned here. In 1984 there is a strong possibility that cable television will 
be available in Cohasset. The Librarian and Trustees have begun the process of 
being acquainted with this new development and look forward to participating 
in community programming along with other Town entities. A second issue in- 
volves the continuing support of the Trustees for equitable wage treatment 
among all Town employees both in wage schedules and in wage increases. 

David Chittim 

Chairman, Trustees of the 

Paul Pratt Memorial L ibrary 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

Development and Use of the Collections, FY 82 (July 81 - June 82) 









With- 


Total 


Loans For 




Purchased 


Gifts 


drawn 


Holdings 


Home Use 


Adults nonfiction 


942 


78 


1,924 


25,117 


26,375 


Adult fiction 


858 


50 


309 


9,902 


31,864 


Children's books 


988 


14 


474 


12,952 


24,060- 


Periodical subscriptions 


146 


43 




189 


12,766 


Audiovisual) Adult 






131 


1,121 


836 


materials ) Children 


77 




25 


527 


957 


Museum memberships 








4 


678 


Films (16mm) from the Regional Library System 






43 


Audiovisual equipment 










72 


TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 








97,651 



Loans equal 14 per capita, compared with the state average of 6 per capita. 

Loans are down 3,195, or 3%, from fiscal year '81. Loans are down in 
every category of materials except periodicals and AV equipment. 

Twelve percent of adult books purchased and 25% of children's books pur- 
chased are added or replacement copies of titles previously owned. Fifteen per- 
cent of books purchased are paperbound. 

Budget cut in FY 82. 

In fiscal year 1982, year one of Proposition 2^, the Library's book budget 
was cut 17%. Coupled with an increase in book prices of 14.5%, a significant 
reduction in purchasing power resulted. This accounts for a decline of 23% 
in books and audio-visual items purchased. Adult nonfiction books purchased 
were down 37%, and magazine subscriptions were cut 11%. 

Staff hours were cut 12%, and open days reduced 17% by closing Wednes- 
days. Nearly the same level of work was conducted, however; loans per open 
day were 17% higher than in the previous year. This increased workload means 
some non-urgent tasks take longer to get done than before, or simply are not 
done. 

Interlibrary loan. 

Of 352 requests to other libraries, 287 (82%) were filled by Hingham (145), 
Quincy (66), Boston (31), and seven other libraries through the Regional Library 
System '• This is a decline of 28% from last year. The libraries which receive our 
ILL requests are also suffering from Proposition 2]6. cuts in staff. Hingham hon- 
ors our ILL requests in lieu of granting free access to nonresidents, standard 
practice among other Massachusetts libraries. Collections of "large print" books 
totaling 80 volumes were supplied by Quincy and Weymouth. 

New borrowers: 

Adult 424; children 158; the total of 582 is equal to 8% of total population. 
Of these new borrowers, 143 (25%) are from Scituate, Hingham, Hull and other 
towns. As Ubraries close different hours of the week, users seek memberships 
in more than one. 



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Children's services 

— Professional staff on duty during all out-of-school hours to select, catalog 
and maintain the collection and to assist children, parents and teachers in use 
of materials. 

— 41 preschool story hours, total attendance 450; conducted by 11 volun- 
teers recruited and trained by the staff. 

— 6 family story hours, evenings, July -August, total attendance 195. 

— Summer Reading Incentive Program: 127 participants, with 92 reading 
20 or more books and earning a free paperback book, gift of the Friends. 

— 110 story hours and class lectures at Osgood, Deer Hill and the High 
School. 

— 15 film programs at Osgood and Deer hill, total attendance 2,630. 

— 19 class visits to the Library for library instruction. 

— 67 classroom deposits totaling 557 books. 

— Prepared reading lists for fourth, fifth and sixth grades. 

Volunteers: 

Loan desk and office 2,484 hours 

42 nursing home visits (483 loans) 168 hours 

Friends' board activities (10 hrs/mo) 1 20 hours 

Story hours 1 1 8 hours 

38 Junior Volunteers (children's room) 587 hours 

Total hours, 3,477, averages 67 hours a week, equal to two fuUtime employees, 
or to 25% of paid staff We estimate the value of this labor to be about $20,000. 

Gifts: 

Mrs. A. Werk Cook, $100 to Friends' book fund; 

Mrs. Alice Nisula, $100 to Friends' book fund; 

Cohasset Savings Bank, 10,000 Hbrary book marks. 

Gifts to the memorial book fund: Miss Isobel Grassie, in memory of Ruth 
Enders Hunt; Ester J. Steams, in memory of John Bishop; Ruth S. Cumner, in 
memory of John Bishop; Barbara Ellis, in memory of Paul Blackmur. 

Maurice E. McLoughlin, Jr.. $100 for children's science books in memory 
of Adele Froehlich. 

Thousands of used books were donated to the Library and to the Friends' 
book sale. 

Twenty -nine of the Library's magazine subscriptions are donated each week 
or each month by members of the community. 

A of an American Flag was given to the Library from George Haley, 
Trustee. 



Friends of the Cohasset Library, Inc. 

In June, the Friends reported membership at 183, down from the 263 
members in May, 1981. In an effort to strengthen the organization a follow-up 
mailing to past members was conducted in November. 

Major gifts to the Library in 1982 were: the outdoor book return box. 
$925, needed since the Library is now closed Wednesdays all year and Sundays 
in summer; memberships to the Museum of Science, Museum of Fine Arts, Chil- 
dren's Museum and New England Aquarium, $1 ,135; these passes admit a family 



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free; $675 for the Encyclopedia of Science and Technology; and $508 for film- 
strip projectors and a cassette recorder. 

Citizens who wish to help maintain quality services in a year when the 
Library cannot ask for increased tax support are urged to join the Friends. 
Membership forms are available at the Library. 

Richard E. Hayes 
Chief Librarian 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF WATER COMMISSIONERS 1982 

The Water Department has completed a very productive year and looks 
forward to continued success in 1983. 

Water production totaled 247,000,000 gallons, indicating a 3,000,000 
gallon or 1% increase over the previous year. 

During 1982 the department repaired 17 breaks in the distribution system, 
8 of which were on Atlantic Avenue. 

Three hydrants were replaced due to motor vehicle accidents and six new 
hydrants were added to the system. 

New service installations totalled ten, with fifteen existing services replaced. 
Two new fire service lines were installed. 

AppHcation for supplemental funding under several grants the department 
pursued has yielded the following: 

1. Under Commonwealth of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 406, we 
were awarded the sum of $502,410.72 to be paid in installments through the 
year 2012, with initial payments retroactive to 1979. These funds represent 
reimbursements towards construction costs of the treatment facility. 

2. The Commonwealth of Mass. Gen. Laws Chap. 805, Leak Detection Pro- 
gram has made available $10,500.00 in matching funds to survey the distribution 
system. In addition to detection equipment and training, we received recom- 
mendations on rehabilitation of the system. Nineteen leaks, previously undetec- 
table, were located and three of the most serious, on Atlantic Avenue, have been 
repaired. 

3. The Commonwealth of Mass. Gen. Laws Chap. 805, Rehabilitation Pro- 
gram has provided the department an offer of $294,000 as matching funds to 
rehabilitate that portion of the water distribution system that is the most prone 
to repeated breaks or failure. 

The Board of Commissioners would like to extend their thanks to all Town 
Offices, Departments and Committees for their cooperation and support, with 
special gratitude to Highway Surveyor, Harold Litchfield, for his cooperation of 
men and equipment during several of the major breaks in our water distribution 
system this past year. Our thanks also to Superintendent Ben Curley and all the 
Water Department personnel for their dedication to the community through 
the accomplishment of their duties. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert W. Jackson, Chairman; Lot E. Bates; William J. Montuori 



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ANNUAL REPORT OF COHASSET PLANNING BOARD 

The Cohasset Planning Board under the authority granted by Mass. General 
Laws Chapter 40A, 41 and Cohasset Zoning Bylaws fulfilled the following re- 
sponsibilities: 

* Completed the topographical map, now available for sale at the Select- 
men's office. 

* Approved 12 sub-division not requiring approval (Form A). 

* Approved no standard sub-division. 

* Granted final approval to development submitted under the Residential 
Cluster Development District By-Law. 

* Granted conditional approval to development submitted under the Resi- 
dential Cluster Development District By-Law. 

* Attended hearings and submitted recommendations in response to 14 
Board of Appeal Applications. 

* Held site plan review hearing and granted approval to 7 applicants located 
in Business and Industrial Zones. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Barbara Power, Chairman; John F. O'Toole, Vice-Chairman, Patrick A. Plante, 
Secretary; Daniel C. Cotton, L. Christine Bassett. 



RECREATION DIRECTOR'S ANNUAL REPORT - 1982 

It is with distinct pleasure that the report of the Recreation Department is 
submitted to the Citizens of Cohasset. 

During the Fiscal Year 1982, July 1, 1981 thru June 30, 1982, 5,681 
people of all ages, participated in over 50 structured recreation programs, special 
events, and other activities. 

The budget of Fiscal Year 1982, while at a low $34,051. including the 
Director's salary, was not able to support many programs. Rather, extensive use 
of the $5,000. per Fiscal year. Revolving Account Fund, and increased use of 
volunteers made most programs possible. 

While many restrictions exist with use of the Revolving Account Fund, we 
were able to conduct a number of programs otherwise not possible, through 
the Fund. Perhaps the most severe restriction of the Revolving Account is that 
we are able to revolve only $5,000. maximum per Fiscal Year. This reflects 
directly on the number of programs we are able to conduct in a 12 month 
period. For instance, if the ceiling were $10,000. we would have the capability 
of conducting about twice as many programs during the same period of time. 

Our 1982, Town Warrant Article, Article No. 34, "An Act Authorizing 
the Town of Cohasset to establish in the Town Treasury a Recreation Commis- 
sion Revolving Account Fund", passed Town Meeting. However, because the 
Article lifted the $5,000 ceiling, it also had to be approved by Senate and House 
of Representatives in General Court, as it was changing a previously enacted 
piece of legislation. As House Bill No. 6044, our legislation was defeated by 
the Committee on Local Affairs. The result being that we are still restricted to 
providing, through the Revolving Fund, no more than $5,000 worth of recrea- 
tion programming per Fiscal Year. 



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Along with our budget monies of about $10,500 available for personnel 
salaries, or as it directly translates; recreation programs, and the $5,000 use of 
the Revolving Fund, it is volunteers of all ages and walks of life that must be 
thanked. Without their continued help and effort year after year, many pro- 
grams could not be conducted at all. 

Also during the Fiscal Year 1982, the Recreation Department generated 
for general Town use, $5,902.50, via fees for programs. That money is used by 
the Town to help offset the tax rate during the next Fiscal Year. 

Our basic philosophy remains essentially as before, that is to provide as 
many activities and leisure services to as many residents of all ages, as possible. 
In order to provide a wide-spectrum of exposure to residents, we are offering 
as much variety as our resources permit. 

Aside from just conducting programs, constant evaluation and re -structuring 
of programs take place, hence, not only does the variety remain as wide as 
possible, but the quality is being up graded wherever possible and necessary. 

Obviously, a total budget of $34,051 does not go far. However, because of 
alternative resources we are able to provide services that would cost about four 
times our actual budget allotment. Our abihty to generate revenue for the 
Town on top of that is a plus for both the Town and Recreation. 

Again, this year, we wish to thank the various Town Boards, and Com- 
mittees, and Departments for their continued interest and help with our pro- 
grams and activities. The residents of Cohasset should know that there remains 
an established high degree of cooperation on an inter-department level. Mani- 
festations of this reflect in a number of ways, including avoidance of duplica- 
tion of efforts, ability to carry out work for another, that would otherwise be 
either technically or logistically impossible for that department. 

The current members of the Cohasset Recreation Commission Richard 
P. Barrow, Chairman; Nancy E. Sladen, Vice-Chairman; Alna L. Ekberg, Secre- 
tary; Gerard A. Buckley, James L. Gallagher, Mark K. Muncey, and Eugene K. 
Price join me in thanks for your continued support of our services to you. 
Also, the members of the Recreation Commission should be thanked for their 
volunteer services to recreation and the Town of Cohasset. 

Respectfully submitted, 

John M. Worley 

Director 



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Offense 


Report 


Murder 


1 


Forcible rape 





Robbery 


3 


Assaults 


6 


Breaking & Entering 


61 


Larceny 


264 


Auto Thefts 


13 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Cohasset Board of Selectmen: 

Reference your letter dated January 1, 1983, I hereby submit the Annual 
Report of the Cohasset Police Department. This report includes activities and 
statistical data from January 1, 1982 through December 31, 1982. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Acting Chief 
Cohasset Police Department 



ANNUAL REPORT 
COHASSET POLICE DEPARTMENT 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1982 STATISTICS 

Cleared by Arrest/Summons 

1 


5 
9 
35 
1 

Total value property stolen $54,790.00 

Total value property recovered $10,550.00 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 223 

Traffic Citations Issued 1416 

Beach/Dump Stockers Issued 3909 

Guest Permits Issued 199 

Residential & Business Alarms 513 

Stolen Motor Vehicles Recovered 8 

Bicycles Registered 75 

Official Complaints Received 4135 

Department Vehicles - Patrol Mileage 166,187 

Special Details 865 

RECORD OF ARRESTS 

Offense Male Female Juvenile 

Murder 1 

Assault & Battery 1 i 

Assault & Battery /Dangerous Weapon 2 

Breaking & Entering Daytime 4 

Breaking & Entering Nightttime 2 

Breaking & Entering Motor Vehicle 3 

Larceny 3 1 

Larceny of Motor Vehicle 1 

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RECORD OF ARRESTS (continued) 

Offense Male Female Juvemle 



Malicious Destruction of Property 


1 




1 


Liquor Law Violations 


10 


2 


9 


False Alarm of Fire 




1 




Possession of Drugs 


6 




1 


Operating w/o License 


1 






Operating Under Influence Liquor 


21 


1 


1 


Protective Custody 


27 


3 


4 


Arrested on Warrants - Cohasset 


14 


2 


3 


Arrested Warrants - Other Jurisdictions 


9 






Arrested Federal Warrant 


1 






Violation Town By Law 


1 




1 


Trespassing 


2 






Violation Restraining Order 


1 


Total Arrests - 


- 142 



FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court Fines & Assessments $13,186 00 

Parking Violations 12,806 00 

Beach/Dump Stickers 25,387.00 

License Fees 609.00 

Requests for Police Reports 330.00 

Bicycle Registrations 18.75 

Miscellaneous 1 04.5 1 

Total $52,441.26 



REPORT OF THE BOARD OF SEWER COMMISSIONERS 

During 1982, there were five equipment failures, two of which resulted in 
pumping raw sewage into James Brook. 

The State and EPA have approved the Metcalf and Eddy (M & E) plan for 
building a larger sewer plant on the Jones Site. The State plans to authorize in 
February 1983 the Step 2 design phase for specifications and drawings with 
construction completed in 1987. Article 4, however, of the November 1982 
special town meeting asks this process be delayed until a second look at alterna- 
tive solutions can be made. This Board is working with a Selectman's Advisory 
Committee to implement this article. 

The sewer system is still under the 1978 state ban on any new connec- 
tions. Modified use of any commercial entity requires state approval before the 
Board can issue a special permit. Three such permits were issued this year. The 
ban was caused by violations of our permit to discharge effluent into James 
Brook. Over the past year BOD passed 4 months, suspended solids passed 3 
months, settable solids failed for 12 months, fecal coliform passed 8 months. 
The ban can be lifted by building the above noted new sewer plant proposed 
by M & E (including provisions for setage disposal); or by completing an alter- 

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native system recommended by engineer consultants of the Selectmen's Ad- 
visory Committee for alternate solutions. 

The capacity of the current plant is 72,000 gallons per day with an average 
daily flow for 1982 over 80,000 gallons per day. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph Gwinn 
Chairman 



REPORT OF THE GOVERNMENT ISLAND STUDY COMMITTEE 

This Committee, which is purely advisory in nature, was originated in 1946 
and holds periodic meetings, when the need arises, rather than regularly sche- 
duled monthly meetings. 

During this past year we have held four meetings to discuss: 

1. The present condition of the Property. 

2. Actions that we recommend should be taken to bring the Property up to 

a reasonable level of acceptable condition. 

3. Other suggestions regarding the Committee itself. 

We also held a "Walk the Island" meeting, on Sunday, May 16th, for those 
members available to visually inspect the Property and list those recommenda- 
tions which we felt should be done to maintain the "Island" properly. We have 
also met with the Selectmen on two occasions to clarify the Committees respon- 
sibilities and activities and to discuss our report of our ("Walk") suggestions. 

It is our sincere feeling that the island is an important part of the Town, 
Historically, Commercially and Recreationally and so should receive its' share of 
the Town Budget. 

I wish to thank all the Members for their interest and attendance at the 
Meetings. This Committee is one of the many volunteer activities in the Town 
and it takes a certain type of individual to take on a responsibihty of this nature. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman; Richard P. Barrow, Edward J. Figuieredo, 
Robert James, Vivian McCormack, Noel Ripley, Harry H. Ritter. 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT 

The past school year has been a banner year for the Cohasset School Sys- 
tem '• The quality of its programs and the achievement of its students and facul- 
ty has been recognized by professional groups whose responsibility it has been to 
evaluate and accredit our school. This group, the New England Association of 
Secondary Schools and Colleges, awarded a full ten-year accreditation to the 
Junior/Senior High School in spite of the Association's current practice of 
awarding two-to-five -year accreditations due to the limitations of Proposition 
1^2. The 153 members of the graduating class of 1982 and the undergradu- 
ates of the Junior/Senior High School compiled an outstanding academic and 
athletic record which was ranked Cohasset as one of the top academic high 
schools on the South Shore. With four National Merit Scholars, with ei^t 
scholars with national honorable mention and forty -one graduates earning early 
admission to the college of their choice, our students have certainly measured up 
to their outstanding college aptitude board examinations. As expected, 83% of 
the graduating class chose to continue their education by going on to post 
secondary schools. They were and are a credit to themselves, their families and 
their school. We take great pride in their accomplishments. In other student 
activities, they compiled two undefeated League championships in hockey and 
gymnastics and winning seasons in most other sports, plus recognition in aca- 
demic competition in mathematics, drama and other student activities. At the 
elementary and intermediate levels, the schools were able to continue and im- 
prove upon their excellent programs by adding a computer hteracy experience 
for students. The excitement and enthusiasm with which both staff and 
students have greeted this innovation indicate the educational potential of this 
learning method and provide a base for the Junior/Senior High School Computer 
Programs. The teaching and administrative staff are reviewing and "fine tuning" 
curriculum at all grade levels, giving special attention to changing teacher's tech- 
niques and programs and developing strategies for handling grouping in the face 
of declining enrollment. 

The parents and friends of the school system have continued their wel- 
come support and have reorganized their various Communication Councils into a 
new organization called the Parent-School Organization (P.S.O.). They con- 
tinue to be an active and positive force in the school's operations and we thank 
them for their encouragement. 

Unfortunately, our predictions for the future are not as bright, but this is 
not due to the dedication of our school or its students. The reason will be fin- 
ancial. It is primarily due to the Town's economic situation which will force 
the school system to reduce its current spending by approximately $300,000. 

The expected increase allowed for the schools under Proposition IVi will 
fall far short of the amount needed to maintain the system as it is this year. 
Even with the drop in enrollment of 60 students and accompanying reduction 
in costs, we must reduce our staff and programs substantially. It is my fear 
that this change will adversely affect our proven quality and will limit our ability 
to continue some of our comprehensive educational programs. We will continue 
to work as hard as we can but there will be a long-term effect to the services to 
which the Town is accustomed. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Eugene C. Crowell 
Superintendent of Schools 
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CLASS OF 1982 



Anna Simeone Abbruzzese 
Cheryl J. Adams 
Kathy Ainslie 
John Peter Allen 
Darla Hollis Anderson 
Deborah Margaret Andrews 
Stephen Joseph Arnold 
Tuija Johanna Arola 
Ehzabeth Loring Atkinson 
Thomas Edward Atkinson, Jr. 
Mehssa Lee Barcomb 
Christine Frances Barrett 
Sarah Bryant Barrett 
Sandra R. Barrow 
Andrea Jean Beale 
Anne Delano Bear 
Joseph Louis Becker, Jr. 
James Samuel Benbow 
Ronald Carlton Bergenheim 
Suzanne Marie Bird 
Christine C. Birmann 
Michael R. Birmann 
Stephen Gerard Bowen 
Michael Patrick Brady 
Marcy Brown 
Paul John Buckley 
Stephen E. Buckley 
John F. Burke, Jr. 
Leslie Anne Cahill 
Dominic Campedelli 
Peter Gustaf Carlson 
Eleanor Marie Casey 
Carolyn Paige Cesario 
John Revere Chapin, III 
Kim Chatterton 
James Joseph Collis 
Ehzabeth Y. Conklin 
Patrick Sean Conlan 
Sarah Elizabeth Cook 
Kathering Cowan 
Kerry Ann Crehan 
Maria Curelli 
Sean Patrick Curran 
Susan Danielle Dalrymple 
JuHe Janet Ditmar 
Robert Francis Donahue, Jr. 
Steven John D'Onofrio 
Kevin Edward Dooley 
Andrew Thompson Dougherty 



Jon Lindsey Durant 

Matthew P. Durant 

Michael Douglas EUis 

Tia Steed Esposito 

Bridget Mary Farren 

David Stephen Featherston 

Scott Alexander Featherston 

Christine Joy Figueiredo 

Dennis Paul Ford 

Sarah Fairchild Foss 

Karen Lynn Froio 

Sarahann Froio 

Susan Karen Giles 

Dolores Jean Gonsalves 

Jacquehne Marie Goyette 

Elizabeth Hallowell Grant 

Diarme Elizabeth Gunville 

Daniel Louis Hall 

Robert Brent Harrington 

Kristin W. Harris 

Laura Ellen Hines 

Ehzabeth Hope Howard 

Karen Frances Howley 

Cathryn Lauraine Hoy 

Arlene Marie Humphreys 

Dana Joseph Infusino 

Karen Lee Ingemi 

Patricia Joan Johnson 

Ross Jordan 

Christina Marie Karcher 

Sheila Eileen Keating 

Benjamin Whitney Kennedy 

David John Lahive 

James Patrick Leonard, Jr. 

Jan C. Lewis 

Joseph Christopher Henderson Linsley 

Derrick Lovering 

Gail Andrea Lucas 

Donald JosephMacKinnon 

Mary Jo Mahoney 

Cynthia Ann Manfredi 

Andrew WiUiam Marks 

Leigh Stephanie McAdams 

Christopher Edmond McNabb 

John Boyle McNeill 

Kristen Brooke Moore 

Amy Louise Murphy 

Eric Cameron Murphy 

Karen Margaret Murphy 



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CLASS OF 1982 



Michael Harry Nedrow 
Angela Catherine O'Brien 
Mary Patricia OBrien 
Diarmuid O'Connell 
WiUiam J. O'Connell 
Suzanne Ruth O'Rourke 
Clover Sue O'Toole 
Charlotte Frost Pfaffmann 
Keri lynn Pietrowski 
Anna Maria Plante 
Sheila Dawn Poston-Ponitz 
Andrew Townley Pottenger 
Cynthia Pratt 
Heidi Jeanne Pratt 
John Timothy Price 
Christine Ann Raff a 
Debra A. Reed 
James Matthew Replogle 
Maeve Regina Rever 
David C. Reynolds 
Gordon Nilson Ricketts 
Robert Scott Ripley 
Vita Catherine Rotchford 
David John Rourke 
MadeHne Anne Roy 
Elizabeth Ann Russell 
Thomas Stephen Ryan 



Kathryn Mary Salerno 
Barron C. Salvador, Jr. 
Beth Mary Salvador 
Lauren Jane Sandblom 
David Harrison Sargent 
Dina Ann Sestito 
Michelle Ann Shea 
Linda Jane Sheppard 
Gwendolyn Anne Smith 
Jeanne Marie Smith 
Andrew Michael Songer 
Thomas G. Stanford 
James Luckett Sturdy 
Paul Matthew Sullivan 
Torin G. Sweeney 
Mahmoud R. Tehranian 
Stacy Ann Thompson 
Robert J. Tis, Jr. 
Lance David Trainor 
Patricia Anne Walsh 
Robert Vincent Whelan 
Brenda Kay Whitlow 
Amy Wittet 
Kristen L. Wurzel 
Hiromi Yoshioka 
Susan Elizabeth Young 
Thomas Robert Young 



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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT-DIRECTOR 
OF THE OF THE 
SOUTH SHORE REGIONAL VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL SCHOOL 

I am pleased to submit this annual report to the residents of Cohasset on the 
currrent status of the South Shore Vo-Tech. 

When arriving at South Shore Vo-Tech in early July, 1981 , 1 had no idea of 
the dramatic events that would occupy much of my time and that of our school 
committee and administrative staff over the following eighteen (18) months. 
The sum total of these events would permanently change the course of history 
for South Shore Vo-Tech. At the outset, I found a growing feeling among school 
committee members and the general public that a self analysis of the school's 
programs and service potential was in order. A climate was being created that 
made certain changes not only possible but clearly desirable. 

During the summer and fall of 1981, the school administration assessed 
the status of the school's programs and services and weighed the concerns ex- 
pressed by different segments of the six original district communities and those 
outside of the region. Recommendations based upon the findings of this review 
were presented to the school committee in October of 1981. In response to the 
school's obvious service shortfall and the concerns expressed by numerous south 
shore citizens and school departments the school committee of South Shore 
Vo-Tech voted to pursue expansion of both our programs and our region. Over 
the course of the 1981/82 school year, the South Shore School Committee took 
bold steps to realize their dream of expansion. At a time of uncertainty and 
general economic belt tightening in education, a fiscally sound expansion plan 
was developed and presented to the voters of the original six communities in 
the South Shore School District and to Whitman and Hanson. The rest is history. 
The expansion concept was unanimously approved by all eight communities. 
The results of this expression of confidence by the voters has included: an in- 
crease of six (6) additional programs for a total of eighteen (18) with the hope 
of one more to be added within a year; the inclusion of Whitman and Hanson 
in the South Shore Regional School District; the renovation of the Abington 
Junior High School to become the Abington Campus of the South Shore Re- 
gional Vocational Technical High School (which houses seven (7) of the school's 
eighteen (18) programs); and the increase in our eventual capacity from three 
hundred and eighty (380) to approximately six hundred and sixty (660) 
students. 

The past year at South Shore Vo-Tech has witnessed a major rethinking of 
school philosophy, program composition and capacity to serve the student 
and adult population of the South Shore. There is still much to be done. Our 
School Committee is pursuing a cautious, but optimistic course to enhance 
both the quality of our vocational, technical and academic programs and the 
ability to serve more students of high school age and beyond. We look forward 
to the years ahead with enthusiasm and confidence. We are pleased to have your 
community as an active and participating member of our team. We are richer 
because of it. 

Dr. Clifford Easton 



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COHASSET SCHOOL COMMITTEE 
TOWN REPORT - 1982 

This past year has been one of difficult adjustments for the Cohasset School 
System, due to our declining enrollment and mandated budget cuts. Our school 
population is down 70 students from last year, and we estimate 60 fewer stu- 
dents next year. In spite of our constricting size and budget, your School Com- 
mittee is determined that the excellent quaHty of education in Cohasset shall 
not be compromised. 

In May we received word from the New England Association of Schools and 
Colleges that the Cohasset, Junior /Senior High School was granted continued 
accreditation for ten years through 1991. This was especially welcome news 
to our staff and Administration who had worked so diligently the previous year 
to prepare for the Association's visiting team, as we had heard that few schools 
were being granted more than a 5 -year accreditation in light of the program cut- 
backs which followed the passage of Proposition IVi. The Committee is proud 
of the dedication and professionalism of our fine staff and administration. As 
the Superintendent's report indicates, by many standards other than our own, 
Cohasset students have excelled with the fine education they receive here. This 
must not change. A good school system benefits the entire community, not 
just those citizens with children currently enrolled. Property values grow if the 
community is perceived as an attractive and desirable place to live, with a good 
school system. 

Our student representatives, Paul Johnson and Justine Hoffman, have made 
significant contributions to our meetings on many occasions and we have appre- 
ciated their conscientious attendance. At the suggestion of Dr. Nedrow, in 
order to allow more students to participate in School Committee discussion, 
and to lessen the burden of regular attendance on the representatives, we are 
exploring the expansion of the student representative "pool" to eight students 
each calendar year. The Committee will benefit by hearing from a larger cross- 
section of students, and more students will have the opportunity to voice their 
opinions and to experience serving on the Committee. 

A major achievement of the year has been the completion of our Drug 
and Alcohol Abuse PoHcy and Guidelines under the supervision of our Health 
Education Coordinator, Michael Gill, and a large committee of community vol- 
unteers, led by Nancy Clapp and Carol Sandblom. Many people devoted long 
hours to this project simply because they care about our students; we thank you 
all for your efforts. The result is a thorough, carefully thought-out guide which 
we will continue to improve as the need arises. 

In October, we regretfully accepted the resignation of our Business Man- 
ager, John Raftery, who accepted the position of Director of the Bureau of 
Nutrition Education and School Food Services with the State Department of 
Education. During his eight-year tenure with the School Department, he inno- 
vated many energy -conserving measures and business practices which will benefit 
the system for years to come. 

Another major effort by parent volunteers which deserves mention here is 
the formation of the new P.S.O.: a Parent-School Organization of all parents of 
Cohasset students which will communicate more effectively than did three sep- 
arate school councils. Among their objectives are: to act as advocates of public 
education, to register parental response to issues confronting the schools, to 

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support school enrichment and extra-curricular activities and to receive and 
channel parental questions and concerns. The School Committee gratefully 
endorses their efforts. 

The Committee reaffirms that when staff reductions are necessary, it shall, 
consistent with existing law, retain those teachers who it deems most qualified 
to fill the educational needs of the Cohasset School System at the time of the 
reduction in force. These are times which try men's souls (and women's!), but 
we will do our best to maintain an excellent school system for our youth. They 
deserve every opportunity to adequately prepare themselves for our increasingly 
complex and specialized society. 

In April we welcomed an able new member to the Committee, Dr. Joseph 
R. Nedrow, whose perspective and contributions have been invaluable. We 
sincerely thank Irene Brown for her five years of tireless efforts on the Commit- 
tee, and I personally thank my colleagues for the many hours they spend in 
voluntary service to the community and its young people. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Diana D. Kornet, Chairman 
Cohasset School Committee 

Members: John Langmaid, III, Vice-chairman; Richard QonlQy .Secretary; Martha 
Gjesteby, Joseph R. Nedrow. 



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Schools and Colleges That Offered 
Graduatmg Seniors 

American University 

Aquinas Junior College 

Assumption College 

Auburn University 

Babson College 

Bates College 

Becker Junior College 

Bentley College 

Berklee School of Music 

Boston College 

Boston University 

Bowdoin College 

Bridgeton Academy 

Bridgewater State College 

Brown University 

Bryant College 

Burdett College 

C.W. Post Center of L.I. University 

Carleton College 

Chamberlain School of Retailing 

Clarkson College 

Colby College 

Colgate University 

College of the Holy Cross 

Colorado College 

Colorado State University 

Cornell University 

Daniel Webster College 

Dartmouth College 

Deerfield Academy 

Denison University 

Dickinson College 

East Coast Aero Tech 

Elms College 

Embry -Riddle Aeronautical University 

Endicott Junior College 

Fairfield University 

Fairleigh Dickinson University 

Fisher Junior College 

Fitchburg State College 

Flagler College 

Framingham State College 

Franklin Pierce College 

Georgetown University 

Goucher College 

Green Mountain College 

Hartwick College 

Harvard/Radcliffe College 

Hofstra University 

Howard University 

Ithaca College 

Johnson & Wales College 

Katharine Gibbs School 



Admission To Cohasset High School 
In The Class of 1982 

Keene State University 

Kent School, The 

Loomis Chaffe School, The 

Marist College 

Marquette University 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology 

Massachusetts Maritime Academy 

Ma-ssasoit Community College 

Menlo College 

Merrimack College 

Mitchell College 

Mt. Allison University 

Mt. St. Mary's College (N.Y.) 

Nasson College 

Newbury Junior College 

New England Baptist School of Nursing 

New Hampshire College 

North Adams State College 

North Carolina State University 

Northeastern University 

Northfield Mt. Hermon 

Ohio-Wesley an University 

Pennsylvania State University 

Pfeiffer College 

Phillips Exeter Academy 

Plymouth State College 

Providence College 

Quincy Junior College 

Quinnipiac College 

Randolph-Macon College 

Rensselaer Polytechnic institute 

Rhode Island School of Design 

Roger WilHams College 

Rose Hulman Institute of Technology 

Salem State College 

Salve Regina/The Newport School 

Simmons College 

Skidmore College 

Smith College 

Southeastern Massachusetts University 

Southern Connecticut State College 

Springfield College 

St. Anselm's College 

St. Lawrence University 

St. Michael's College 

Stevens Institute of Technology 

Stonehill College 

Suffolk University 

Syracuse University 

Taft School, the 

Tufts University 

Tulane University 

Union College 



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United States Air Force Academy 

United States Coast Guard Academy 

United States Naval Academy 

University of Bridgeport 

University of Colorado 

University of Dallas 

University of Delaware 

University of Hartford 

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

University of Kansas 

University'of Lowell 

University of Maine/ Orono 

University of Maryland 

University of Massachusetts/ Amherst 

University of Montana 

University of New England 

University of New Hampshire 

University of Notre Dame 

University of Oregon 

University of Rochester 

University of Rhode Island 

University of Southern California 

University of Vermont 

Vermont College of Norwich University 

Villanova University 

Virginia Tech Institute 

Washington University 

Webb Institute of Naval Architecture 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Westfield State College 

Worcester Academy 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

Worcester State College 



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REPORT OF THE CAPITAL BUDGET COMMITTEE 

In early February of 1982 the Capital Budget Committee sent question- 
naires to all departments to solicit their need for capital projects. 'Through- 
out February and March we met extensively with those departments which 
proposed projects through the questionnaires and the warrant in order to an- 
alyze and prioritize the requests. At the Town Meeting on April 3, 1982 we 
passed out recommendations with respect to each capital request and a 5 'year 
projected capital budget through 1987. Preparation began in February, 1983 
for the current Town Meeting, 

Respectfully submitted, 

Ernest M. Stevens, Chairman 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Secretary 

John A. Vivian 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN ACCOUNTANT 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 
1982. This report includes the following schedules: 

General Fund: 

1 . Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. Summary of Prior Years' Appropriations 

5 . State and County Assessments 

Special Revenue Fund: 

1 . Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 
(Revolving Funds) 

3. Federal Revenue Sharing - Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and 
Changes in Fund Balance 

Water Fund: 

1 . Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Retained Earnings 
(Deficit) 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

4. Statement of Prior Year's Appropriation 

Capital Projects Fund: 

1 . Balance Sheet - Sewer Project 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

3 . Balance Sheet - Landfill Project 

£>eferred Revenue (Sewer Assessments) 

1 . Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of changes in Fund Balance 

Trust Funds: 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

General Long-Term Debt Group of Accounts: 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 

Respectfully submitted, 

William S. Signorelli 

Town Accountant 



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Balance Sheet 
General Fund 
June 30, 1982 

Assets 



Schedule GF-1 



Cash 




$913,213.23 


Accounts receivable property taxes: 






1979 Personal 


$ $13.70 




1980 Real 


359.66 




1981 Real 


37,852.73 




1982 Personal 


47,829.87 




1982 Real 


505,590.75 
591,646.71 




Less: reserve for abatements and exemptions 


144,236.80 


447,409.91 


Taxes in litigation 




297.18 


Real estate taxes deferred 




35,980.43 


Departmental receivables 






Veterans' Assistance 


2,312.26 




Ambulance services 


13,949.00 




Mooring fees 


2,385.25 




Rents and miscellaneous 


1,650.10 




Lien re demolition of house 


500.00 




Sewer user charges 


3,886.36 




Use of Town Hall 


420.00 




Parking violations 


32,452.00 


57,554.97 


Motor Vehicle Excise Taxes: 






1977 


11.62 




1978 


22.60 




1979 


243.22 




1980 


16,469.05 




1981 


9,528.27 




1982 


42,365.13 


68,639.89 


Tax Liens 




108,714.32 


Tax Foreclosures 




2,204.25 


Due from State re refund of MBTA Assessment paid 




in Fiscal 1982 




103,729.44 


Accounts receivable - Vessel Excise Taxes 




5,101.00 


Sewer Betterment Assessments: 






Principal added to fiscal 1981 taxes 


62.00 




Interest added to fiscal 1981 taxes 


40.80 





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I 



Principal added to fiscal 1982 taxes 
Interest added to fiscal 1982 taxes 

Due from Trust Funds 

Due from Water Department: 
Loans 

Deficit as of June 30, 1981 
Deficit fiscal year 1982 



536.80 
326.38 


965.98 




3,785.38 


243,468.00 
69,975.68 
25,411.19 


338,854.87 



$2,086,450.85 



Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balance 



Liabilities: 






Warrants payable 




$156,949.35 


Unclaimed checks 




2,237.59 


Dog licenses due county 




568 ;25 


Payroll deductions: 






Teachers' retirement system 


$ 31,450.05 




County retirement system 


8,211.22 




Health insurance 


33,040.11 




Life insurance 


410.83 


73,112.21 



Reserves: 

Reserved for appropriation: 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library 



Sale of 



Audubon plate and books 


44,250.00 




Sale of real estate 


5,564.93 




Sale of cemetery lots: 






Beechwood $ 709.50 






Woodside 15,225.65 


15,935.15 




Waterways improvement and 






maintenance 


5,220.79 


70,970.87 


Transfers from Trust Funds: 






Wadleigh Park 


48.33 




Town Common and Parks 


43.62 




Beechwood Cemetery 


436.51 




North Cohasset Cemetery 


3,628.78 




Cedar Street Cemetery 


19.45 


4,176.69 


Appropriations forward to fiscal 1983 




95,973.08 


Reserve for receivables other than property taxes 




380,983.21 


Reserve for loans to Water Department 




313,443.68 


Fund balance: 






Appropriated for fiscal 1983 


64,327.57 




Net overestimates state and county 






assessments fiscal 1982 


4,328.95 





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Tax foreclosures $ 2,204.25 
Reserve for abatements and exemptions - 

surplus 8,692.31 

Unreserved - see schedule GF-2 919,029.80 



998,582.88 



Less: Fiscal 1982 Appropriation deficit - 

Interest tax anticipation notes 10,546.96 988,035.92 

$2,086,450.85 



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Schedule GF-2 



General Fund 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1982 



Property taxes committed to Collector: 
Real 
Personal 



$5,567,771.08 
165.730.59 





5,733,501.67 




Less: Reserve for abatements and exemptions_ 


154,526.95 


$5,578,974.72 


Fines: 






District Court of East Norfolk 


13,186.00 




Parking violations less $10.00 refund 


11,849.00 


25,035.00 


Licenses and permits: 






Selectmen: 






Alcoholic beverages 


9,562.50 




All other 


1,396.20 




Town Clerk - Gasoline shortage 


775.00 




Police Dept.: 






Licenses and permits 


575.00 




Beach and disposal area 


24,259.00 




Building Dept.: 






Gas 


1,954.00 




Plumbing 


3,266.00 




Building and certificates 


13,819.50 




Wire Dept.: 


1,674.00 




Board of Health 


3,778.50 




Harbor Dept. 


12,176.72 


73,236.42 



Grants from State: 
Schools: 

Chapter 70 Aid 
Pupil transportation 
Ch.71,Sec. 7A $59,237.00 
Ch. 71,Sec 7B 36,00 

Ch. 71A and 71B 7,747.00 
Tuition 



$667,273.00 



67,020.00 
8,228.00 
6,735.00 

42,854.23 



State wards 
Residential school tuition 

School building assistance 

Highways: 

Highway Fund 30,328.00 

Highway and Transit fringe 

MBTA Communities 19,400.00 

Lottery, beano 

Cultivation and protection of shellfish 
Additional local aid assistance 
Reimbursements for loss of taxes: 

Disabled veterans, bhnd and elderly 



792,110.23 



49,728.00 

52,925.00 

102.15 

203,335.00 

6,008.55 



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Veterans' Services reimbursements 
TOTAL GENERAL REVENUE 



12,702.34 1,116,911.27 
6,794,157.41 



Commercial revenue: 








Special assessments 


■ Sewer: 






F'82 




2,132.21 




Prior 




173.25 




Paid in advance 




2,597.50 


4,902.96 


Motor vehicle excise taxes: 






1977 and prior 




430.10 




1978 




768.35 




1979 




1,655.88 




1980 




5,782.73 




1981 




69,358.81 




1982 




136,795.37 
214,791.24 




Less: Refunds 




3,446.26 


211,344.98 



Vessel excise taxes (less refund 
$25.00) 364.79 

Less: Transferred to Waterways 
Improvement & Mainten- 
ance Fund 182.40 



182.39 



TOTAL COMMERCIAL REVENUE 



216,430.33 



Departmental revenue: 

Planning Board - filing fees 

Planning Board - fees for engineering 

Zoning Board of Appeals - filing fees 

Conservation Commission - filing fees 

Treasurer-Collector - fees for services 

Town Clerk - fees for services 

Police - miscellaneous 

Fire - ambulance service (less refund $ 1 25 .00) 

Fire - inspections 

Sealer of Weights & Measures - fees 

Dog Officer fees 

Board of Health: 

Disposal area fees 

Dumping fees from private 
landfill 

Recychng 
Sewer: 

Use charges (less refunds 
$503.65) 

Miscellaneous 
Harbor - Application fees 



211.00 



8,579.00 
1,557.44 



17,343.04 
260.00 



2,137.00 

3,365.00 

600.00 

225.00 

6,053.80 

3,143.95 

1,128.61 

10,646.00 

380.00 

246.20 

210.00 



10,347.44 



17,603.04 
155.00 



172 



Schools - miscellaneous 


504.21 




Library - fines and miscellaneous 


7,546.87 




Recreation - fees 


5,902.50 




Cemeteries - grave digging 


4,875.00 




TOTAL DEPARTMENTAL REVENUE 




75,069.62 


Unclassified Revenue: 






Rents 


5,145.00 




Use of Town Hall 


1,340.00 




Workers' Compensation - employees 


1,189.86 




South Shore Mosquito control Project - 






share of proceeds from sale of assets 


4,045.19 




Sale of Pratt's history books 


813.00 




Sale of surplus property 


455.00 




Miscellaneous 


720.09 


13,708.14 



Cemeteries: 

Sale of Lots and graves 1 ,875 .00 

Transferred to Sale of Lots Fund: 

Woodside 1,625.00 

Beechwood 250.00 1,875.00 



Interest: 

Deposits and investments 


66,035.55 




Sewer Assessments 


1,326.33 




Property taxes 


32,158.66 




Motor Vehicle Excise 


485.11 




Tax liens redeemed 


4,058.50 




Redemption of real estate taxes deferred 


1,742.12 




Total Interest 




105,806.27 


TOTAL REVENUES 




7,205,171.77 


Total expenditures, see Schedule GF-3 


6.841,412.13 




Less expenditures applicable to prior year 






appropriations - see schedule GF4 


65,088.65 


6,776,323.48 


Excess of revenues over expenditures 




428,848.29 


Revenue reserved for fiscal 1982 appropriations 






brought forward to fiscal 1983 




40,181.02 


Excess of revenues over expenditures and funds 






designated for expenditure in fiscal 1983 




388,667.27 



Other Financing Sources: Annual Meeting April 4, 1 98 1 
Transfers from Trust Funds: 

Wheelright Park 1,581.00 

Wadleigh Park 300.00 

Robert Charles Billings 64.00 



173 



Billings Pratt 


55.00 




Libraries 


2,800.00 




Woodside Cemetery 


5,000.00 




Beechwood Cemetery 


400.00 


10,200.00 


State Aid for Libraries 




3,892.50 


Dog Licenses from County 




990.75 


Reserve for abatements and 


exemptions - 




surplus 




33,277.87 


Unreserved fund balance for funding of 




fiscal '82 appropriation to Special 




Retirement Fund 




50,000.00 



Other transfers from trust funds not budgeted: 
Wheelwright Park 290.00 

Charlotte Lincoln Bell 1 ,172.16 

James W. Nichols 50.00 

Alice and Walter Shuebruk 2,000.00 3,512.16 

Special Town Meeting Dec 14, 1981 
Unreserved fund balance: 
Aerial spraying - 
Gypsy Moth 50,000.00 
Acquisition of 
railroad property 

3,000.00 
Plymouth County 
Mosquito Control 

Project 10,000.00 63,000.00 

Loan re -acquisition of 
railroad property 1 32,000.00 

Special Town Meeting April 3, 1982 
Unreserved fund balance 

for bins at landfill 10,000.00 

Transfer from Sale of Lots 
Woodside Cemetery 6,500.00 211,500.00 

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING SOURCES 3 1 3 ,3 73 .28 



Other financing uses: 

State and County Assessments - see 

Schedule GF-5 304,644.70 

Transfers to Water department from 

Reserve Fund 2,483.13 

Transfer from school budget to School 

lunch (Special Revenue Fund) 2,143.55 

Net Underestimates State and County 

Assessments fiscal 1981 14,665.85 

Water department accumulated deficit 

as of June 30, 1981 69,975.68 



174 



702,040.55 



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Expenditures from Trust Funds not budgeted: 
Wheelwright Park - mowing fields 

290.00 
Charlotte Lincoln Bell - 

wages for maintaining 

North Cohasset Cemetery 1,172.16 
James W. Nichols - 

scholarship 50.00 

Alice and Walter Shuebruk - 

scholarships 2,000.00 3,512.16 

TOTAL OTHER FINANCING USES 

Excess of revenues and other sources 
over expenditures and other uses 

Fund balance July 1, 1981 
Add: 

Tax liens redeemed 
Redemption of real estate 

taxes deferred 
Prior year's appropriations 
closed see schedule GF-4 
Less: Appropriations: 

Special meeting Dec. 14, 1981 

63,000.00 
Special meeting 
April 3, 1982 10,000.00 
Annual meeting 
April 3, 1982 
for fiscal 1983 
appropriations 50,000.00 123,000.00 

Tax liens added 19,161.77 

Fund balance designated 

for over and under state 

and county assessments 

fiscal 1982 see schedule 

GF-5 4,328.95 146,490.72 614,414.32 



USES 
> 


752,761.56 


397,425.07 
304,615.48 


791.37 






4,917.85 






2,434.26 


8,143.48 





FUND BALANCE JUNE 30, 1982 $919,029.80 



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Account 


Estimated 
Charges 


Expenditures 


Net Overestimates 
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Fiscal 1983 


County Tax 


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$116,581.17 


$9,011.33 


Retired Municipal Teachers 
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19,079.89 


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1,233.15 


26.99 


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103,729.44 


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45,316.58 


(3,476.80) 


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85.39 




Metropolitan Parks 


5,171.23 


4,819.36 


351.87 


Special Education 


10,393.00 


10,648.00 


(255.00) 


Motor Vehicle Excise Tax 
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1,020.75 


1,020.75 




Elderly Governmental 
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922.44 


922.44 




Metropolitan Area Planning 
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1,208.53 


1,208.53 






$308,973.65 


$304,644.70 


$4,328.95 



205 



Schedule SF-1 



SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 

BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Assets 



Cash — Federal Revenue Sharing 

Cash - General 

Due from Federal Government for Revenue 

Sharing entitlement quatter ended June 30, 1982 



99.71 
48,464.91 

22,210.00 


$70,774.62 



Liabilities and Fund Balance 

Liabilities : 

Warrants payable $18,672.65 

Fund Balance : 

Revolving funds see Schedule SF-2 $29,792.26 

Federal Revenue Sharing (See 

Schedule SF-3) 22,309.71 52,101.97 



$70,774.62 



206 



Schedule SF-3 

FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND 

BALANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 

ENDED JUNE 30, 1982 

Revenue 

Federal Revenue Sharing funds received $88,948.00 
Add: Amount due for 2nd quarter 1982 22,210.00 

111,158.00 
Less: Receipts applicable to 2nd quarter 1981 

quarter 1981 22,263.00 $88,895.00 



Expenditures: 

Salaries and wages — Fire Department 

from $89,000.00 fiscal 1982 

appropriation 89,000.00 

Excess of expenditures over revenues (105.00) 

Fund Balance July 1, 1981 151.71 

Add: Receivablejune30, 1981 22,263.00 22,414.71 

Fund balance June 30, 1982 $22,309.71 



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BALANCE SHEET 

WATER DEPARTMENT 

(EXCLUSIVE OF FIXED ASSETS AND INVENTORIES) 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Assets: 



Cash 




9,764.33 


Accounts receivable: 






User charges 


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Committed interest - delinquent accounts 


4,668.64 




Miscellaneous 


418.00 


73,658.43 


State grants awarded — (Leak Detection) 




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2,517,443.68 
$2,611,366.44 



Liabilities, Reserves and Retained Earnings 

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Reserves 

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Total liabilities and reserves 

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73,658.43 

10,500.00 

3,251.30 



6,513.03 

338,854.87 
2,204,000.00 



87,409.73 

2,636,777.63 

25,411.19 

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BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Schedule CP-1 



Assets 

Cash 

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Due from Federal Government 

Estimated Other Financing Sources: 
(Loans authorized and unissued 
Plans and Specifications) 



Liabilities, Reserves and Fund Balance 

Liabilities : 

Warrants payable 

Reserves: 

Uncollected government receivables 

Appropriation — Plans and specifications 

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9,818.00 



$104,978.31 
48,662.00 

433,000.00 
$586,640.31 



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26,862.98 

$586,640.31 



224 



Schedule CP-2 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND (Sewer Project) 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND 

BALANCE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Revenue : 

Federal Grants - reimbursements on account 
of Step I expenditures $62,200.00 

Expenditures: 

Engineering $74,227.36 

Stenographic services 277.50 

Training seminar — Federal Grants 1,232.16 75,537.02 



Excess of expenditures over revenues (13,537.02) 

Fund balance July 1, 1981 40,400.00 

Fund balance June 30, 1982 $26,862.98 



225 



Schedule CP-3 



CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND (LandfiU Project) 

BALANCE SHEET 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Estimated other financing sources 

(Loans authorized and unissued - cap and 

close section of landfill, expansion 

and improvements for continued use.) $240,000.00 



Appropriations - Special meeting April 3, 1982 

Cap and Close landfill $175,000.00 

Expansion and continued use of landfill 65,000.00 $240,000.00 



226 



Schedule DR-1 



BALANCE SHEET 

DEFERRED REVENUE ACCOUNTS 

JUNE 30, 1982 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Not Due: $25,187.29 



Apportioned Sewer Assessments Revenue Due in Fiscal: 

1982 $2606.51 

1983 2,286.51 

1984 2,231.51 

1985 2,231.51 

1986 2,231.51 

1987 2,231.51 

1988 2,231.51 

1989 2,231.51 

1990 2,231.51 

1991 2,231.51 

1992 2,231.59 

1993 147.80 



1994 62.80 



$25,187.29 



227 



Schedule DR-2 

DEFERRED REVENUE FUND 
STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE 
FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1982 

1981 1982-1994 Total 

Apportioned sewer assessments 
not due -July 1,1981 $2,880.26 $27,753.54 $30,453.80 



Less - Collections July 1, 1981 

to June 30, 1982 transferred 

to General Fund 211.25 2,386.25 2,597.50 



2,669.01 25,187.29 27,856.30 

Less - Added to real estate taxes 2,669.01 - - 2,669.01 



Apportioned sewer assessments 

Not due -June 30, 1982 $ -0- $25,187.29 $25,187.29 



228 



INDEX 

Appointed Town Officers 6 

Assessors, Board of 124 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 137 

Capital Budget Committee 166 

Collector of Taxes 125 

Conservation Commission 138 

Council on Aging 145 

Dog Officer 139 

Government Island Study Committee 157 

Harbor Department 140 

Harbor Study Committee 140 

Health, Board of 141 

Highway Department 147 

Historical Commission 146 

Housing Authority 139 

In Memoriam 1 

Jury List 18 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 149 

Librarian 150 

Personnel Committee 137 

Planning Board 153 

PoHce Department 1 54 

Recreation Director 153 

Recycling Committee 143 

Registrars, Board of 123 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 128 

Sewer Commission 156 

School Department 162 

Superintendents Report 158 

Graduation 1982 159 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 147 

Selectmen, Board of 16 

Social Service League 144 

South Shore Vocational School Committee 161 

Town Accountant 167 

Statement of Revenues 171 

Report of Appropriations, Expenditures & Encumbrances 176 

Summary of Expenditures & Encumbrances 204 

Balance Sheets 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 228 

General Fund 168 

Special Revenus 208 

Water Fund 212 



229 



Statement of Long Term Debt 222 

Trust Funds 218 

Town Clerk 20 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 15 

Annual Town Meeting (April 3, 1982) 20 

Special Town Meeting (April 3, 1982) 83 

Special Town Election (April 11, 1982) 86 

Special Town Meeting (August 30, 1982) 90 

State Primary (Sept. 14, 1982) 95 

State Election (November 2, 1982) 101 

Special Town Meeting (November 29, 1982) 106 

Vital Statistics Ill 

Births 112 

Deaths 121 

Marriages 116 

Town Treasurer & Collector 127 

Tree and Park Department 144 

Water Commissioners, Board of 152 

Wiring Department 138 



230 



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